“To me, embroidery represented a Palestinian cultural legacy that had been passed down through the generations in our family. Everyone in the household I grew up in was skilled at embroidery.
I've always had a long-standing relationship with embroidery. My ability to boldly and unconventionally combine colors and stitches made my embroidery stand out. And when I realized how much my stitching and embroidery would impact the lives of those around me, I decided to pursue a career in professional embroidery, which I regard as a form of fine art.
Each item is embroidered with love and passion to be given as a gift to anyone celebrating big life's accomplishments.
Whether it is a new house, a new baby, a new place, a marriage, an engagement, or any life achievement, there was a narrative for every stitch I created.”
Now you can browse and purchase “Qutba w Hikaya” beautifully embroidered pieces through Souqfann. Go check them out!
Hand-embroidered pieces with patterns from the Pal