Includes only the canvas, no thread
Includes 2 spools Kreinik Metallic Braid and 22 skeins DMC Pearl Cotton #3, plus a DMC Tapestry Needle #20
- Image size: 10 x 7 inches
- Canvas size: 13 x 10 inches
- Margin: 1.5 inches
- Country of Origin: U.S.A.
- Mesh: 13 count
- Material: Zweigart Mono Deluxe, 100% Cotton
- Customization: Click here to customize
The hebrew for east - Mizrach - displayed against a background of ancient Jerusalem stone. Traditional Jewish prayer in the western hemisphere requires participants to face East, the direction where the Jewish Temple of old used to stand. The last remaining remnant of that holy site is known today as the Western Wall.
Make This Canvas Yours
A medium-sized canvas you can finish in a few weeks, the Zweigart Mono cotton material is gentle on your hands while remaining tough and stiff for a high-quality stitching experience. Frame this item and hang it on the east wall of your home, as is the tradition in many Jewish homes.
About Our Needlepoint Canvas
Pepita Needlepoint canvases are printed on high-quality Zweigart Mono Deluxe White canvas. The 100% cotton weave is easy on the eyes and gentle on the hands for your stitching enjoyment. Bright, vivid and fade-resistant ink allow you to easily match thread to the image on the canvas. Our proprietary printing process was developed by specialists in the fabric printing industry and we guarantee you will not find a better quality painted canvas. Pepita's line of needlepoint canvases and needlepoint kits are simply the best available on the market today. Learn more about Pepita Needlepoint.
Available in 2 Sizes
You are currently viewing the Regular size. See below for the different available sizes. You can also request a custom size.
Thank you so much for all of your help. I definitely will stay in touch. I already told my sister, who lives in Manhattan, about you and she has gone on line and agrees that the work is beautiful. You were very kind to spend so much time on my request Erev Shabbat. I’m sure you already were quite busy. Shabbat Shalom and all the best