A craftswoman captured crying for not selling her napkins

According to the post published on Facebook, her name is Adela Vidales and she is originally from the community of Turícuaro

Handicrafts are beautiful and elaborate products, sadly they are poorly valued and very poorly paid. 

Doña Adela and her embroidery.

Recently a sad image was viralized in networks in which a Purépecha artisan crestfallen is observed for not being able to sell her embroidered napkins, although she only sells them at 40 pesos.

According to the post published on Facebook, her name is Adela Vidales and she is originally from the community of Turícuaro. 

The woman sells her handicrafts in Michoacán, in Uruapan and San Juan Nuevo Parangaricutiro.

Doña “Adela” was sad because she had not sold her handmade napkins, and I told her that she was going to promote her products in the networks and she was glad, “Leo Brown wrote.  

So far it has been shared more than 8,000 times and generated 632 reactions.

Source: excelsior

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