Georgia Ball Native American Crewel Embroidery Kit Plains Chief

Georgia Ball Native American Crewel Embroidery Kit Plains Chief


Manufacturer :  Paragon

Availability : In-Stock


Georgia Ball’s treasured designs for the stitchery artist employ unique stitches and tulled appliques, giving her artwork a dimensional feel. This picture depicts many possessions of the Plains Indians. The headdress, peace pipe,and moccasins with quilled tops and beaded edges are Sioux. The Tipi with all its symbolic markings is Blackfoot; the red bottom of the Tipi represents earth, circles are for the falling stars, the red peaks are the mountians, the black top is for the night skies with ovals representing Great Bear and Pleiades Conctellations, while the maltese cross is the morning star. The broken arrow in the foreground means peace. A magnificent stitchery in crewel yarn, accented with embroidery floss, pompons, and beading. A lovely, timeless,piece of history you’ll enjoy displaying for a lifetime!  
Size: 22" x 18"
Kit contains: Stamped picture on superb 100% cotton Homespun approx. 22" x 18" stamped appliques of 65% rayon / 35% wool, persian type yarn of 100% acrylic, 100% cotton embroidery floss, beads, pompons, needles and complete easy to follow instructions with diagrams including most popular stitches.
Designer: Georgia Ball
Manufacturer: Paragon Needlecraft
Year/Condition: 1982/ Vintage New