Shrivasta B


Cross-stitch pattern of a twisted symbol  from the Buddhism in red  and grey

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The Shrivasta is a symbol originating from Buddhism.
It is one of the eight signs of luck, known as Ashtamangala.
They are the attributes of Ashtamangala devi the goddess of luck.
Shrivasta means endless knot.
It stands for a long life end never ending love.
To get another effect I have twisted the center of this knot a bit.
Let’s hope its meaning stays intact.
In this pattern there are also only four colours used, so you can easily adept it to your own taste.
After this one I embroidered the last one whit a bit more tiny holes, so that whole pattern is a bit smaller.
Look at Shrivasta A and Shrivasta C

Pattern information

Size: 140 x 170 cross-stitches circa 25 x 30 cm
Fabric: Jobelan 11 threads/cm Colour: Red 45 x 50 cm
Used thread: DMC
Amount of Colours: 4
Kind of stitches: Full and quarter cross-stitches and back stitches
Year of design: 2000
Amount of pages: 6
PDF size: 354kB
A4 and Letter are both included in the order.

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