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Corte(skirt) and Faja (simple belt or sash).
The huipils (blouses) are primarily hand-woven to size on a back-strap loom or pieced
together from older hand-woven huipils. As traditional, the skirt material is
generally made on a treadle loom. We guarantee satisfaction1*. Jewelry
and other accessories can be purchased separately.
Each piece is hand-made.
Thus colors, size and
designs will vary. The pictures indicate the type of items we
carry and we try to keep them up to date, but our stock is always
changing. If you have
questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like, we can confirm that we have the item pictured in stock
or send you a scan of other options we do have.
The outfits look great on Hispanic Dolls such as Josefina or other 18"
Where Can I find a 16 or
18" Multicultural or Ethnic Doll that fits Terra Experience Doll
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Guatemala Village --- Description of Outfit
18" Doll Outfit --- The weavings are
colorful and usually include birds, horses, butterflies, or other animals patterns woven into the fabric.
The These doll huipils are made women in a small village in the Chajul
area to help pay for their schools and children's educations.
18" Doll Outfit --- Chichicastenango's
(or Chichi's) weavings are well known because of its major biweekly market
that attracts people from around the world. The weavings are
colorful and usually include geometric patterns woven into the fabric.
The Maya Tradition's designed huipil is woven by a women's group specifically for dolls.
18" Doll Outfit --- The "Huipil" or blouse was made for a small Mayan baby in the
Coban area of Guatemala. The cloth is commercially made and suits Cobans
warm humid weather. The neck opening and armholes are hand-embroidered with row of small design
geometric and floral elements in a variety of colors.
The Huipil is worn with a
skirt made of treadle-loomed cloth.
or Santa Catarina Ixahuacan 18" Doll Outfit
--- the huipils from these neighboring pueblos are hand-woven on a
back-strap loom by weavers specifically for an 18" doll. The design for
this distinctive huipil comes in red, burgundy, or purple and is brocaded
into the weave. The skirt is most often a dark blue morga with a
randa (colorful stitched seam). Many of the huipils are made by a woman's
group that works with Maya Traditions.
18" Doll Outfit --- the huipil is usually a
shade of red
and is hand-woven on a back strap
loom often with small vertical stripes. Around the neck opening
are colorful flowers and "feather" designs that are
18" Doll Outfit --- beautiful traditional
designs of Quetzels, stalks of corn (maize) and cats are brocaded (woven)
into the design of these Panajachel Doll Huipils. These are woven on
a backstrap loom specifically for your doll. The skirt is most often a dark
blue morga. We use various sashes for the belt. Carmen, the weaver
is shown at right.
Antonio Aguas Caliente
18" Doll Outfit --- This
village is considered to
have some of the finest weavers in
Guatemala. Its huipil has designs woven or brocaded into the
fabric. Some have zigzag designs, other flowers and other
designs. The skirts are treadle-loomed with many
colors and jaspe design.
Juan and San Raimundo Sacatepeque 18" Doll Outfit ---
These neighboring pueblos speak Cakchiquel and have strong bold colors and
designs on their huipils. Favorite shades include contrasting colors of
yellow/gold and purple/violet.
The traditional skirts is a black and white corte woven on a foot or treadle loom. We now have two styles of
handwoven doll outfits made especially for Terra Experience
Atitlan 18" Doll Outfit --- We have a wonderful
variety of these huipils. They
have hand-embroidered birds and
flowers on the back-strap loomed material. The material is usually usually white or light
blue. The skirt is often red with an jaspe (ikat) design.
18" Traditional Doll Outfit
--- Finely hand-woven and embroidered by woman's group in Solola, Guatemala.
This is a very authentic outfit designed by Maya Traditions. Solola is one of the few
villages that have blouses with sleeves. The skirt is a wrap-around of the
older traditional black and white "morga" skirt. The belt is woven to
3 Piece Solola Outfit
(Huipil, Skirt & Belt)
Santos Doll Outfit --- pieced from an older huipils these
blouses generally come in various combinations
of pink, red and blue with a fine weave.
The skirt is usually a blue morga. Click on the picture to see examples of
other weavings done in the village
Our Guarantee:We want you to be completely satisfied with our products. If you are
not, notify us within 30 days and return the item. Depending on your choice we will
refund your money (minus original cost of shipping) or give you a credit on another item.