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Maria and Teodoro live in the town of Santa Rosa in the Mayan Yucatan in Mexico. The town of Santa Rosa was one of the first sustainable truism restoration p…

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Mayan hammock weaving; how hammocks are handwoven in the small villages in the Yucatan state of Mexico. More info: www.stylemexican.com

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Maya textiles are the clothing and other textile arts of the Maya people, indigenous peoples of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, and Belize. Women have traditionally… Maya Textiles – Wiki Article – wikiplays.org Original @ http All Information Derived…

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Fresh green holds the promise of sweet relaxation in a hand-woven hammock from Mexico. The Maya Artists of the Yucat n preserve this ancient heritage as they weave thick nylon cords according to age-old techniques. Long before the Spanish arrived upon the coasts of the Yucatan Peninsula, the Maya preferred to sleep and rest in hammocks. They considered the hammock to be like the loving embrace of a mother, due to the comfortable manner in which the body is held and swung within its cradle. Maya Artists of the Yucatan seek to preserve time-honored customs while also offering stylized versions of the original Maya hammock. For them, the hammock is a work of art. Their hammocks are incredibly comfortable, easy to maintain, and may be stored just about anywhere. It easily packs for travel to the beach or lake. Extender ropes (measuring 1 meter), hammock hooks (“S” hooks), and step-by-step instructions included for easy installation. NOTE: Because each is woven individually by hand, measurements may vary by as much as ten centimeters. There may be slight color variations from hammock to hammock. Holds up to 350 lbs.

 

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Sunny orange holds the promise of sweet relaxation in a hand-woven hammock from Mexico. The Maya Artists of the Yucat n preserve this ancient heritage as they weave thick nylon cords according to age-old techniques. Long before the Spanish arrived upon the coasts of the Yucatan Peninsula, the Maya preferred to sleep and rest in hammocks. They considered the hammock to be like the loving embrace of a mother, due to the comfortable manner in which the body is held and swung within its cradle. Maya Artists of the Yucatan seek to preserve time-honored customs while also offering stylized versions of the original Maya hammock. For them, the hammock is a work of art. Their hammocks are incredibly comfortable, easy to maintain, and may be stored just about anywhere. It easily packs for travel to the beach or lake. Extender ropes (measuring 1 meter), hammock hooks (“S” hooks), and step-by-step instructions included for easy installation. NOTE: Because each is woven individually by hand, measurements may vary by as much as ten centimeters. There may be slight color variations from hammock to hammock. Holds up to 350 lbs.

 

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