These cute embroidery designs inspired by Senegal street art, will lively up any area of you home or shopping bags.
Follow the included color sequence or pick your own bright color combo.
The square size makes it perfect for quilting
In Senegal, glass paintings are called “suwer”, a Wolof word directly borrowed from the French sous-verre (behind or under glass).
Depicting funny scenes from daily life, illustrating domestic and street scenes with vivid colors.
The origins of glass-painting stretch back to ancient cultures. It certainly predates the colonial period in Senegal as by the 17th century the knowledge and practice of glass-painting had taken root in societies south of the Senegal River, present day Senegal.
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