Mexican Blankets: A Cultural Legacy
Mexican blankets, also known as "Serapes," or "Gabanes,"(ponchos), have a rich history dating back to the indigenous Chichimec people of Mexico. These blankets were originally used as clothing and served as a symbol of Mexican culture. With vibrant colors and intricate patterns, these blankets quickly became popular among travelers and tourists visiting Mexico.
Over time, Mexican blankets evolved into an important part of Mexican cultural heritage. They have been used for everything from decorating homes to being used as rugs and table runners. Today, Mexican blankets are cherished for their bright colors, soft texture, and cultural significance.
At El Rancho Supply Company, we are dedicated to preserving the rich history of Mexican blankets. Our small business creates high-quality, handmade Mexican blankets that are designed with the utmost care and attention to detail. We believe that these blankets are more than just a piece of fabric - they are a symbol of Mexican heritage and cultural identity.
Our Mexican blankets are made using traditional techniques like our 100% hand-weaving each blanket. This ensures that each blanket is unique and has its own character. Our blankets are also made from the finest post consumer materials, ensuring that they are soft, durable and environmentally friendly.
In addition to our commitment to quality, we also believe in giving back to the community. A portion of our profits goes towards supporting local Mexican communities, helping to preserve their cultural heritage and traditions.
In conclusion, Mexican blankets are a symbol of Mexican cultural heritage and tradition. At El Rancho Supply Company, we are proud to honor this legacy by creating high-quality, handmade Mexican blankets that are designed to last. By preserving this cultural heritage, we hope to ensure that Mexican blankets and the artisans who carry on the tradition, will continue to be cherished for generations to come.