Palindrome Embroidery – Textile Art from the Past

March 19, 2015

An article on Double Sided Embroidery from the North-West Indian Subcontinent.

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PALINDROME EMBROIDERY MASTERPIECES – TEXTILE ART FROM THE PAST

The pieces shown in the article and other fantastic pieces of tribal heritage may be viewed in the  ‘Rajasthan’  Gallery & the ‘Swat Valley’ Gallery on wovensouls.com

Added one more piece – please see the post on Oct 21st 2015.

jaina mishra

March 2015

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