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Mazatec Woman Oaxaca Mexico

This woman made a long journey from her home in the Mazateca Baja region of Oaxaca to sell some handmade textiles in Oaxaca city.

Weaving Mixtec Oaxaca Mexico | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

This small weaving could serve as a napkin or tortilla cloth. It was woven using a backstrap loom in the Mixtec community of San Juan Colorado on the Pacific coast of Oaxaca, Mexico

Chinantec Huipil from Usila | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

This finely woven gala huipil was made in the Chinantec region of San Felipe Usila Oaxaca Mexico

Una Chiapaneca con orgullo y disfrutando de la fiesta #Chiapas #Tradiciones

Una Chiapaneca con orgullo y disfrutando de la fiesta #Chiapas #Tradiciones

Oaxaca Mexico Amuzgo Huipil    San Pedro Amuzgos, Oaxaca is a comunity known for the fine quality of its hand woven textiles. Here is an excellent example seen at a holiday crafts market in the city of Oaxaca.

Oaxaca Mexico Amuzgo Huipil San Pedro Amuzgos, Oaxaca is a comunity known for the fine quality of its hand woven textiles. Here is an excellent example seen at a holiday crafts market in the city of Oaxaca.

Oaxaca Mexico Blouse

Karen Elwell, great site for identifying huipils! Oaxaca Mexico Blouse A beautiful blouse with lots of fine needlework. Possibly made in San Antonino Castillo Velasco, Oaxaca, .

Zapotec+Tlacolula+Oaxaca+Mexico

The mannequin is wearing a gala outfit from Tlacolula, a big town near Oaxaca. Part of the exhibition "Plata, Vidrio y Algodon" at the Museo Textil de Oaxaca

pochutleco: Huipil de Oaxaca

A man from Usila in northern Oaxaca displays a beautiful huipil from Valle Nacional (Chinantec) that he is hoping to sell during the holiday markets in the city of Oaxaca, México