Tracy tells us "Inspired by the geometric symmetrical designs that have been decorating thresholds in India for centuries. The rangoli represents the happiness, positivity and liveliness of a household, and is intended to welcome the goddess of wealth and good luck. Unlike the Indian folk art counterparts made with powdered stone, rice, or sand and are swept up at the end of a day, this stitched tribute will last to be passed down as an heirloom. "
Stitch Count is 145 x 145.
stitched on a 32 count hand dyed linen which is not available to us - we will pick a nice instock choice to combine nicely with the threads. Design was stitched with hand dyed threads from Threadworx.
Threads required include:
Threadworx ~ 1033, 10422
Please check the boxes above to add the chart, linen,and threads.