Semi hand made, 50% Wool 50% acrilan from Tianguistengo, Mexico
31 x 44 in.
A rebozo is a long straight piece of cloth which looks like a cross between a scarf and a shawl. It is classically a woman’s garment, handwoven from cotton, wool, silk and rayon in various lengths but all have some kind of pattern, distinguished by complicated finger woven fringes called rapacejos. The wearing of a rebozo by many women is a sign of Mexican heritage, Because of the nature of the garment, especially the fringes, they should be hand washed. The dye may or may not be colorfast so mild soap should be used, This also can me used as a decorating piece.