Xmanikbeen dress made of linen with application of the ancestral technique "Xmanikbeen" which consists of forming unraveled grids that are later embroidered with elaborate patterns. Its elaboration is centered in the zone of the southern cone of the state of Yucatán, in the regions of Tipikal, Mani, Tekax and their police stations.
Care:Gentle hand washing is suggested, without rubbing, preferably with the garment inside out, drying without exposure to the sun. You can take it to the dry cleaner and have it dry cleaned
Technique: Embroidered and frayed textile
Measurements : One size / Length: 98 cm long, width: 64 cm
Colors : Pearl
Materials : Linen
Aid to Artisans - Creative Learning Inc.
Aid to Artisans is a non-profit organization founded in 1976 with the goal of creating economic opportunities for groups of artisans around the world. In 2012 he joined Creative Learning, a non-profit organization that focuses on the protection of human rights and social and economic development, seeking to generate long-term social impact through its four branches.
In 2012 Aid to Artisans Mexico began its work seeing the need to have a local team and we currently work with artisans from Chiapas and the Yucatan Peninsula creating economic opportunities in economically vulnerable locations and/or where the housing situation and quality of life are at risk. risk.