Handwoven, 100% cotton
Made out of beige threads and a beautiful wine diamond and circle embroidery with natural white fringes. The combination is feminine, earthy and peaceful while still expressive. Also available with gorgeous flower embroidery.
Perfect also as a short wrap to carry babies and as a long scarf/shawl.
Rebozo is an extension of loving hands.
These traditional 100% cotton rebozos are used by the midwives in Mexico and are artisan crafted on a loom. They are specially custom made to suit also tall persons as 2,70m long.
Rebozo is a shawl used in the Central American tradition for many purposes, and it’s a vital companion of the woman in the birth process. With a rebozo the woman’s body is moved rhythmically, like in a massage, during the pregnancy, in the birth and at the postpartum period.
Now recognized worldwide as a marvelous companion for Doulas, Midwives and Families during pregnancy, birth and postpartum.
It is used e.g. to balance and relax the pelvis, uterus and ligaments to allow more room for the baby to rotate into the optimal position for birth.
It is also used to ease pain, to work with the pressure waves in birth, to relax and connect with the body and the baby and to build birth space and privacy in hospital.
A rebozo can also be used in postpartum period in the sealing ceremony to “close” the body of the mother and to help the intestines and womb to return on their correct places, and to carry babies.
Around 2,7m / 8.9 ft long (+fringes)
Roughly 68 cm / 26.8 inch wide
Fringe in the ends
Can be machine washed.
'instructional photo in the birth'
Wash at least once before use.
Preferably 40 Celsius Degrees
Soft program/Delicate wash
Dry in Shade
Tie the fringes together to avoid tangling/ Use a wash bag (Or use a sock to protect them)
No bleach, Preferably no tumble dry
NOTE: Handwoven rebozos might contain some weavers knots, pulls or other signs about handwork. Slight changes in color or size might also occur due the change in the thread lots and as the wraps are handmade by various artisans. Each rebozo, in the end, is an unique piece.