Introducing Folklorico Paseo de los Muertos Day of the Dead Black by Alexander Henry Fabrics. This print may be available in other colors.
Premium, first quality 100% cotton fabric cut fresh from the bolt. Multiple yards will be cut as one continuous piece. Perfect for quilting, fashion apparel, home decor, scrapbooking and craft projects.
Mexico. Mole. Mariachi. Colors, flavors, music and religious festivals are more exciting here. And so are you. Glittering sugar skulls, brilliant eye-dazzlers and friendly burros help to make this one of our most popular collections. Viva Folklorico!
Paseo de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebrations in Mexico can be traced back to the indigenous cultures. Rituals celebrating the deaths of ancestors have been observed by these civilizations perhaps for as long as 3,000 years. In the pre-Hispanic era, skulls were commonly kept as trophies and displayed during the rituals to symbolize death and rebirth.
Alexander Henry is a premier textile design house, producing cutting-edge, original cotton prints. A favorite of manufacturers and home sewers alike, their ever-growing collection embraces a wide range of themes inspired by art history, runway fashion and the culture at large.