The French Side of Basque Country

The French Side of Basque Country
Add these to the bold stripes of the cotton toile at Artiga, a lovely fabric shop in the little pedestrian zone, and Espelette is a blindingly colorful town. As the crow flies, St.-Jean-Pied-de-Port is not far from Espelette, only about 23 miles on the …
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Through Factories, Tujia Ethnic Minority Share Culture with the Rest of the World
Xilankapu, which literally means "flower-brocaded bedspread," is woven through a narrow lathe loom using multi-colored silk, cotton, or wool weft. A warp with yellow, blue, red, black, and white threads add splashes of color to the fabric, which can …
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Three Guatemalan Mills Known For Prints & Cotton Textiles
An up-and-coming market for fashion and interiors textiles, Guatemala is producing some of the world's most intrinsically-patterned cotton fabrics, rich in natural dyes. Here are three mills leading the material revolution in Central America. La Casa …
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