Abrazos San Miguel, San Miguel de Allende

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  • Ripoff! Abrazos ,on Zacareros, SMA. On two occasions, I had tunics made at Abrazos. The first first time, the lady for whom I ordered a tunic was there and a seamstress took her measurements... 
    Ripoff! Abrazos ,on Zacareros, SMA. On two occasions, I had tunics made at Abrazos. The first first time, the lady for whom I ordered a tunic was there and a seamstress took her measurements...  more »
  • Abrazos is an excellent place to pick up “made in Mexico” gifts that are NOT souvenir trinkets! Beautiful textiles; from placements and napkins, to hip dresses, cool aprons and bathrobes in... 
    Abrazos is an excellent place to pick up “made in Mexico” gifts that are NOT souvenir trinkets! Beautiful textiles; from placements and napkins, to hip dresses, cool aprons and bathrobes in...  more »
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  • A wonderful array of fabrics and products. I bought napkins, a tea towel and chef hat. All are THE BEST quality and so vibrant. I will be visiting in November to purchase a custom made robe, probably two! You can't go wrong with any item, you'll be supporting local seamstresses, and you're patronage will be most appreciated!
  • Abrazos has mainly beautifully made items like Hawaiian style shirts, aprons, oven mitts, baby bibs etc. In the past the main item was fabric by the meter. (39.3” x 44” for us metrically challenged.) I’d estimate they have about one fourth of what they had two years ago. Today I bought a meter of fine quality quilting cotton fabric made by Windham Fabrics, “Succulents” that I’m sure came from the US. I paid $380 pesos. Of course it is more expensive than the US because they had to import it. The fabric they have is all themed to San Miguel and Mexico. It is a nice store but if you are looking for a fabric store you might be disappointed because they only had about 50 bolts. The majority of those have to do with Dia de Los Muertos, Day of the Dead.

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