Oct 17, 2013

Mexican Folk Art Made by Everyday People for Everyday Use
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Written by : William Michael| 0 | Mexico, Travel
Example of a talabateria worker stitching pite...

Example of a talabateria worker stitching piteado in Colotlan, Jalisco (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Don’t you just hate it when you go on a vacation, buy a chatzkie only to have it collect dust on a shelf?  Sure it brings back happy memories, but… just how many trinkets can you fit on that shelf?

Better to buy a souvenir that you can use.  Something that you wear that brings warmth along with happy memories.  Here is an article about buying something to take home and use.  Then once it stops being useful, you can put it on the dusty shelf 🙂

Mexico is tradition and Folk Art.  Please read on about the colorful way to purchase a memory.

The Tradition of Mexican Textiles ‹ Vallarta Tribune – Your News and Entertainment Guide for the Bay of Banderas.

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