Cerulean Sword Dance: Embroidered Silk Trim, 5 1/2"x 1 yardWoman Shops World
The joy in this beautiful trim makes my heart flutter. This ribbon features men and women performing the traditional Indian folk dance Dandiya Raas (sword dance). The sticks in their hands represent the swords of Goddess Durga, who the dance is performed in honor of.
This pattern is so enchanting, colorful and whimsical! Against a background of cerulean blue, men and women wearing magenta, cobalt & emerald dance with green dandiyas (swords) in their hands.
I hand-select these beautifully embroidered silk trims from a huge storehouse in India. I'm like a kid in a candy shop over these beauties- the colors are overwhelming!
Traditionally used as Sari borders, but the adornment possibilities are endless! Tablecloth borders, pillowcase borders, jeans trim, belt, jacket trim.....get inspired and create!
5 1/2" wide
This listing is for 1 Yard; if you order multiple yards, I will send you one long piece. This trim comes in 9-meter long spools. So the longest section I will have available is 9 meters long. >>>What this means, for example: if you order 15 yards, it will come in 2 pieces: 9 yards + 6 yards.<<<<
**As many of my products come from Nepal, a portion of my proceeds will be donated to the Unicef and Americares Nepali relief efforts.
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