Cotton Wall Hanging 'Festival of Lights'

Cotton Wall Hanging 'Festival of Lights'

$40.00 USD

The spectacular wall hanging presents the tapestry of colours in a most majestic manner. Brilliant bead works, marvellous mirror works make the product a rare piece of beauty that is also a fitting tribute to the glorious heritage of the patchwork tradition in Gujarat. Dramatic presentation of colours adds some sparks to the beautiful wall hanging. A number of splendid dress designs have been nicely put together to create a resplendent effect. Patches of various shapes and colours lead to the making of a larger design. Patterns are generally repeated. Patchwork, one of the primary construction techniques of quilting, is often combined with appliqu. Basic geometric shapes are usually used in the making of most of the patch work items which need precise joining so that it lies without puckers. Patch work in India is mainly popular in Gujarat and Rajasthan. Various coloured and patterned fabrics of different shapes and sizes are together on a plain background. An important feature characterizing Indian patchwork is that the stitches of the patches are not hidden but are done with jazzy shades which get highlighted, adding a more artistic appeal.

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The spectacular wall hanging presents the tapestry of colours in a most majestic manner. Brilliant bead works, marvellous mirror works make the product a rare piece of beauty that is also a fitting tribute to the glorious heritage of the patchwork tradition in Gujarat. Dramatic presentation of colours adds some sparks to the beautiful wall hanging. A number of splendid dress designs have been nicely put together to create a resplendent effect. Patches of various shapes and colours lead to the making of a larger design. Patterns are generally repeated. Patchwork, one of the primary construction techniques of quilting, is often combined with appliqu. Basic geometric shapes are usually used in the making of most of the patch work items which need precise joining so that it lies without puckers. Patch work in India is mainly popular in Gujarat and Rajasthan. Various coloured and patterned fabrics of different shapes and sizes are together on a plain background. An important feature characterizing Indian patchwork is that the stitches of the patches are not hidden but are done with jazzy shades which get highlighted, adding a more artistic appeal.

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