This handwoven new picbil blouse has a flattering V-neck from the natural seam created by the two panels. It is all cotton and woven with a very thin thread that creates this gauze-like beauty. This is a slim-fitting piece that can easily be dressed up or down.
The picbil design featured is of corn, the most important food source for the Maya people, the people of corn. To weave the two panels with a traditional backstrap loom, with all clean selvedges, it takes about one month from start to finish - a laborious feat that only master weavers continue to practice.
Width: 27 inches
Length: 22 inches
This item ships directly from Guatemala.
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