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Shisha Embroidery

Shisha Embroidery is a needlework technique that involves stitching shisha (“little glass”) mirrors in a framework mesh. Developed in India three centuries ago, it can transform ordinary clothes, accessories, toys, and interiors into something extraordinary. Instructor: Nandita Selvanathan and Sejal Shah are originally from India and learned to embroider from a young age as part of their culture

Where:

Manitoba Crafts Museum & Library

1B-183 Kennedy St.

204-487-6117

When:

Saturday, March 16, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM

What:

Theatre & Arts > Museums

Neighbourhood:

Centre

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