Ñandutí is a traditional Paraguayan embroidered lace, introduced by the Spaniards, that is related to Teneriffe lace. The name means "spider web" in Guaraní, the official, indigenous language of Paraguay.
Ñandutí: The flower in the spider's web. Annick Sanjurjo. Published by Organization of American States. January 1, 1978. ASIN: B00072UZOC.
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