embroidered pillowcase set
embroidered pillowcase set
embroidered pillowcase set
embroidered pillowcase set
embroidered pillowcase set
embroidered pillowcase set

embroidered pillowcase set

$74.99 Sale Save
Color gold

Only 1 left in stock

Handmade by Doña Victoria in San Simón De La Laguna, Donato Guerra, Estado De México, México

Embrace the uniqueness of our handcrafted embroidered pillowcase set. Featuring traditional local designs, these pillowcases add a personal touch to any room. Whether on a bed or accenting furniture, these intricately embroidered pieces draw attention and admiration, effortlessly enhancing your space.

Purchase includes two pillowcases. Insert not included.

Approximately 18.25” L x 17.5” W


Spot clean only

We strive to ensure the best quality is given to our customers. We inspect each item for any damage before shipment. 

Minor character flaws should be expected as all items are handmade. 

Slight variations in size, color, and design may occur.

How are you making a difference with your purchase?  

Many of our artisans live in the countryside of México so finding economic stability can be challenging due to the lack of safety, infrastructure, employment, education, and other factors. Although the communities have so much to offer, talents are severely overlooked. At con intención, we proudly partner with artisan women who are forced to travel in order to sell their goods, often bringing their entire family, without any financial guarantee.

con intención works directly with these women to ensure they may continue working from the comfort of their home, avoid the challenges and uncertainty of long-distance travel, and provide a means to steady income. Every purchase you make directly contributes to the livelihood and well-being of these skilled artisans and their communities.

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know who made your product

Doña Victoria is a member of the Mazahua indigenous community from San Simón De La Laguna, Donato Guerra, Estado de México. She specializes in cross-stitching, which allows her to create an array of beautiful items. She temporarily has a small stand in the city of Morelia to expand her market. She travels with her family for about four hours and stays there a few days out of the week.

When COVID numbers increased in Morelia, the local government shut down her stand. She would sell her items on foot all across the city. Fortunately, the government allowed her to open her stand again, but to this day it is uncertain when she can be shut down.

She is a hard worker who looks for alternatives when obstacles are thrown her way. A seven-day workweek is the norm for her, especially during the pandemic. Whenever you purchase from her collection, you are supporting the well-being of Doña Victoria and her family.