Complex linear fractal patterns are distinctive to the Shipibo women who design and make these mud-clay resist patterns and colorful embroideries in the Amazon basin.
The richly embroidered circular center motif incorporates a variety of stitches; the border edging changes in design multiple times as it reigns in the more complex patterns. (Only one-quarter of the cloth is shown. The patterns repeat throughout.)
This cotton cloth is a unique, imaginative hand-drawn and handstitched design and takes many weeks for the artisan to make. What a center piece cloth for your table!