Material: Hand dyed in commercial cottons.
Dimensions: 43×71 inches, 109×180 cm
Technique: Fusing, raw edge machine applique, machine quilting.
Description: This quilt portrays a sacred journey towards our authentic selves. Kundalini is a Sanskrit word describing the life force or spiritual energy that resides in the body. The Kundalini serpents are entwined around a rod with feathered wings. Like a serpent shedding its old skin and being reborn, this quilt symbolises our transformative journey.
Hanging: A hanging sleeve is stitched on the back. It is easy to hang with a rod and 2 small nails that you will need to provide.
Avoid placing in direct sunlight.
A lint roller will keep it dust free.
Occasionally, to keep dust from accumulating, carefully vacuum on low setting. Place a stocking or sheer netting over the cleaner hose to keep any pieces from pulling loose.
Air outside on an overcast day in the shade on a flat, clean surface. Or, air fluff in the dryer with no heat to refresh.