This is a mayan pattern embroidered by a designer from Guatemala. Mayan patterns were commonly seeing in archeological sites such as Palenque in Chiapas,Mexico. Cultural aspects influence different designs from all over the world

This is a mayan pattern embroidered by a designer from Guatemala. Mayan patterns were commonly seeing in archeological sites such as Palenque in Chiapas,Mexico. Cultural aspects influence different designs from all over the world

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This pattern has been created by repeating a motif side by side. Even though there aren't may repeats, it still looks complex because the original motif is so detailed.

This pattern has been created by repeating a motif side by side. Even though there aren't may repeats, it still looks complex because the original motif is so detailed.

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Mexican Suzani- would make a beautiful and colorful tablecloth!
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Mexican patterns - Otomi fabric and textiles for home decoration by Mexico Culture, via Flickr

Mexican patterns - Otomi fabric and textiles for home decoration by Mexico Culture, via Flickr

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