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NEW! Napkins (Set of 4)

New item!  We’re delighted to be able to offer dinner napkins in eight different colors with symbols of ancestral significance to Maya weavers. Designs depict a woman, a holy toad, a corn plant, the plumed serpent, K’uk’ulkan, and the Maya cosmogram. Each order comes with a symbol brochure describing the significance of the designs and a photo tag of the woman who wove the napkin. Background colors don’t vary, but please allow for slight variance in colors of the designs. When ordering please use napkin numbers 1-8.

$31.50 for 4 napkins, includes postage.

Please select from mixed or matched sets below

Custom selection

New! Striped Cotton Scarf

This lovely cotton scarf is woven by a member of Luchom Jolom Antsetik (Women Embroiderers and Weavers) a collective based in the community of Tsabalhó in Chenalhó, Chiapas, Mexico. It measures 10” x 27”, including fringe and comes in three options. $35 includes postage. Our thanks to Divya for modeling scarf #1.

Select color, see examples 1,2,3 pictured at left


Assortment of 4 book marks woven on a back-strap loom in a variety of colors and designs.
$20 includes postage.

Embroidered Square (English or Spanish)


“When a woman rises no man is left behind.” or “Cuando una mujer avanza no hay hombre que retroceda.”

This cloth (6.5” x 7”) is embroidered with the face of a Zapatista woman and a phrase that expresses a core principle of the Zapatista movement — that when women enjoy equal rights with men the whole community rises as one. Embroidered by a member of Tsobol Antsetik. Price with postage: $20. 

Which cloth would you like?

Nursing Mother Doll with Baby

Mother in traditional Maya dress. The baby can cradle in Mother’s arms or snap to her breast. The doll is 8 inches tall. $45.00 includes postage.

Children’s Cloth Books in Tsotsil and Spanish

Two books are available – a book of numbers from 1-5 and a book of animals and plants. Each book is $20.00 which includes postage. When ordering, please specify which book you would like.

Which book would you like?

Las Abejas Cloth with Beeswax Candle

Women bees weaving the resistance.

These embroidered cloths are each accompanied by a beeswax candle. They honor the blood, sweat, and tears of all people resisting injustices throughout the world. In lighting this candle may you be strengthened to stand alongside them. The cloths were embroidered by members of Jolom Luch Maya (Maya Embroiderers and Weavers). The group is comprised of  24 members of Las Abejas (The Bees), a Catholic social justice organization based in Acteal, Chenalhó, Chiapas, Mexico. Las Abejas lost 45 of its members, mostly women and children, in a massacre by a paramilitary group on December 22, 1997. In the face of COVID, threats from criminal organizations, and the government’s disregard for their human rights, the Bees keep seeking justice for their fallen brethren. For more information go to www.acteal.org

When ordering, please specify which words you would like:  “Mujeres Abejas sembrando la vida, cosechando la paz” (Women Bees sowing life, harvesting peace) or “Mujeres Abejas tejiendo resistencia” (Women Bees weaving resistance). Each 12” x 12” square comes with a votive beeswax candle. Price with postage is $25.

Which cloth would you like?

Photo Books by Tsobol Antzetik

In 2016, several weavers of Tsobol Antzetik created photo books in workshops with the Chiapas Photography Project. Women United Weavers (13 pages) explores weaving techniques, materials, and tools. Our Threads (6 pages) shows miniature figures of weavers and their husbands and daughters working with thread. Our Clothing (60 pages) tells the story of women’s, men’s and children’s traditional clothing. The books are trilingual in Tsotsil, Spanish and English and are sold as package for $40. Our Clothing can be purchased singly for $20.

Photo Book Options

Lace Edged Zapatista Cloth

These cloth squares were embroidered by the women of Luchom Jolom Antsetik – Women Embroiderers and Weavers – a small collective that recently formed in Tsabalhó, Chenalhó, Chiapas. We’re delighted to offer them to you for framing or using in another way. When we saw the words, inspired by the Zapatista movement, they reminded us of wearing masks during the pandemic, how by protecting others from getting COVID, we showed our hearts. We hope the words and image speak to you this way, too. The squares measure 9×9 inches and are $15, including postage.

Which lace edged cloth would you like?