The Otomi (Hñahñu) are one of the most ancient indigenous people of Mexico, thought to be the first inhabitants of the central plateau of Mexico.

In the state of Hidalgo, a group of artisan women create these beautiful fabrics with pride and patience. Each figure is first drawn on a natural cotton fabric called “manta” and then meticulously hand embroidered with mercerized cotton threads.

The designs are a reflection of everyday life interwoven with mystic symbolism and the imagination of the individual artisan.

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