Felipe and José, who learned how to weave fabrics as children using foot pedal looms, created this tablecloth in Oaxaca, Mexico. The color black is used in traditional Mexican rebozos, a garment worn by women. In this tablecloth, the black gradually transforms into light gray. Simplified and abstracted from its source, this woven tablecloth, like all DIARIO objects, showcases and exalts essential Mexican characteristics.
Made in Mexico.
Details: Crafted with 80 percent cotton and 20 percent polyester.
Care: Machine wash cold. Tumble dry on low. Immediately remove from dryer when finished. Iron before use.
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