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Did you ever wonder why Frida Kahlo wore all those heavy embroidered huipiles (Indian blouses) that were indigenous to Southern Oaxaca? Gorgeous, yes. Bold and colorful, yes. Perhaps they reminded her of the sultry, humid jungle nights spent lounging in a hammock, or the savory memories of nibbling on roasted iguana... The Tehuana women in Tehuantepec were a bold matriarchal bunch of women who managed ranches, businesses and controlled wealth... and would party hard, drink to excess and swear like drunken sailors. She admired them and their beautiful needlework. This oilcloth pattern copies their traditional bold floral designs.

Frida Mexican Oilcloth Pattern

Sample of Frida on Lime Mexican Oilcloth

Shown on LIME GREEN. Yardage also available on Black and Brown

 

Round Frida on Lime Green Mexican Oilcloth Tablecloth

68" Frida on Lime Green Round Tablecloth

Frida on Lime rectanglar Mexican oilcloth picnic tablecloth

86" x 47" Frida on Lime Green Picnic Tablecloth. Perfect for a 6 foot picnic table!

These tablecloths also available in Frida on Black

Frida on Lime Oilcloth Tote Bag

Frida on Lime Market Bag (Also available on Black)

 

Frida Mexican Oilcloth is available by the foot & by the roll

 

Custom Mexican Oilcloth Tablecloths

If you have a special design in mind for a round or long rectangular table, we can help. We have a seamstress who can make your idea a reality!

Sometimes you need something wider than a 47" piece of oilcloth. We can make several different patterns, sizes with your choice of fabrics. Want an umbrella hole? No problem! Do you need a super large 90" diameter tablecloth for your restaurant? No problem.

Find out more about our custom tablecloths!

 

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