A beautiful light-weight three-panel blouse that is longer than traditional huipiles from the Cobán region. The added fringing also add weight and movement to the blouse.
The picbil pattern featured is of corn - the main staple for the Maya people.
All threads used are cotton. The contrasting neckline and sleeve hand-embroidery add a lovely touch.
Width: 32 inches
Length: 25 inches plus 2 inches of fringes
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