Lakeside Guide to Lake Chapala, Ajijic, Mexico

Yejjapi

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Garments, rebozos, curtains, tablecloths, cushions, pillows & alterations.

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Seamstress & embroiderer Ana Isabel Yañez sells her fabric creations every Wednesday during market day in Ajijic.

If you’re looking for Mexican-styled tablecloths, fabrics, rebozos (traditional Mexican shawls), cushions, pillows, curtains, and blouses, you’ll enjoy what Ana has for sale.

For alterations, stop by her stall at the Wednesday tianguis or get in touch with her through email or phone below.

Last updated April 26, 2019

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I moved to Ajijic in 2010 when I decided to quit my job of seven years as an editorial assistant at The Denver Post in Colorado. I'm the photographer, web designer, programmer, marketer, writer... the everything behind this website, The Lakeside Guide. All of the businesses on this website appear here for free at no cost to them. If you find this site useful, please consider giving a small donation to become a site patron. Learn more about The Lakeside Guide or check out my other website about photography of Mexico.

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Address

El Tianguis

Ajijic

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Phone

331-723-2274 or 331-979-3333

Photos of Yejjapi

Ana and her husband, Victor, run their shop on Revolution Street during the weekly tianguis on Wednesday mornings and early afternoons.

Ana and her husband, Victor, run their shop on Revolution Street during the weekly tianguis on Wednesday mornings and early afternoons.

Ana makes household items out of fabrics.

Ana makes household items out of fabrics.

You'll find curtains and tablecloths.

You'll find curtains and tablecloths.

Placemats.

Placemats.

Blankets and blouses.

Blankets and blouses.

Some blouses and fabrics are hand embroidered by Ana.

Some blouses and fabrics are hand embroidered by Ana.

Ana Yañez and her husband, Victor Antolin, are seen making a decoration to put in the plaza for the Day of the Dead.

Ana Yañez and her husband, Victor Antolin, are seen making a decoration to put in the plaza for the Day of the Dead.

A table of things for sale at the booth on market day.

A table of things for sale at the booth on market day.

Drink covers.

Drink covers.

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Drink covers with little clay cups as weights.

Drink covers with little clay cups as weights.

Earrings.

Earrings.

Plastic bag holders you can hang somewhere and stuff with plastic bags.

Plastic bag holders you can hang somewhere and stuff with plastic bags.

Hand embroidered pillows.

Hand embroidered pillows.

Potholders.

Potholders.

Fabrics embroidered and used to make curtains.

Fabrics embroidered and used to make curtains.

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Dance of the Little Old Men

Dance of the Little Old Men

A dancer in Pátzcuaro, Michoacán, performs La Danza de los Viejitos, the Dance of the Little Old Men, a traditional dance from Michoacan.

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