We found these gorgeous Mexican bedspreads at Laviva Home and went searching for some more information. Handmade by Otomi Indians in Hidalgo, they're crafted from cotton muslin decorated in colorful embroidery. If you like Suzanis, but you're looking for something a little different, these are an interesting alternative. Prices hover around a few hundred dollars, which seems very reasonable to us considering the amount of handwork that went into each piece. We found a few more sources, listed below...
• Mexican Bedspreads from Laviva Home
• Otomi Fabric from Jacaranda Home
• Mexican Textiles eBay Shop
• Mexican Textiles Museum Store and Gift Shop
Leah at More Ways to Waste Time pulled together a great post on Otomi textiles
if you're looking for more sources, examples, and information. The University of Missouri also features an online collection of Otomi cutouts
with explanations of the symbolism underlying these designs.