While I was visiting in Garganta la Olla I met a woman named Maria Teresa Herrero who shared her handwork with me. She showed me a tablecloth she made when she was 12 years old. Her Grandmother helped her learn the stitches. I took some pictures of the large cloth and more of the close up stitches. The cloth is linen and the stitches are cut thread with embroidered flowers.
I belong to a family, I am the mother of 8 beautiful children, I am a sister, daughter and wife. I am a mother who knows. I am also an Accredited Genealogist. I have a B.A. degree in Family and Community History from Brigham Young University. I am a Masters student in Instructional Design & Educational Technology at the University of Utah. I currently teach Family History & Genealogy classes part-time at Brigham Young University and online classes at Salt Lake Community College. My research interests include: United States, Latin America, Spain & Scandinavian countries.