Handwoven Embroidered Cotton Flying Birds fabric by the yard Guatemala (50" wide x 36") Featured in the New York Times.

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RECENTLY FEATURED IN THE NEW YORK TIMES

From The House of Birds, Santiago, Guatemala: extraordinary tiny birds with a wing span of 2.5 - 4.5" on natural, undyed hand woven cotton groundcloth with a linen- like hand. No two birds are alike. Approx. 50" wide, irregular repeats. Quantities on-hand limited; new orders fulfilled within six months. This purchase helps to support two families of over 14 people.

Sold by the full yard only. Sorry, no returns or exchanges on yardage. Read more about  Jose Sicay on our blog.

$89.00/ yard.

Country of origin: Guatemala 

 See more of Jose's embroidery here.

 

See this fabric in "The Innkeepers", New York Times:

Read the feature story here.
See the photography here.