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Founded in 1970 by Sabino Aguilar and Ruth Mitchell de Aguilar. El Jorongo is a family business dedicated to producing hand knit and hand woven wool goods. We are located in Pátzcuaro, Michoacán, México.

Rebozo de Bolita

Compre Rebozos

El Rebozo es tan tradicional en México como el Jorongo y igualmente tiene muchos usos. Desde abrigarse hasta cargar al bebé ó una olla gigante de Cocucho. Siempre luce bello y femenino a la vez que sirve de abrigo ó de sombra para usar de viaje, en una fiesta, una boda ó simplemente a diario.

Rebozo de Bolita

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Rebozo de Bolita

18.00

The Rebozo de Bolita is famous for the fineness of the woven cotton. The weave is so tight and strong that the women of Cocucho use them to carry huge ceramic pots know as Cocuchas. At the same time the finest be will pass through a man’s wedding ring when rolled upon itself . The pattern is produced by dyeing the thread with a specific “tie-dye” technique to produce each distinctive pattern once woven. The long fringe is intricately knotted by hand.

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