Letter E Tie Dye2
Includes only the canvas, no thread
Includes 18 skeins DMC Pearl Cotton #3, plus a DMC Tapestry Needle #20
- Image size: 7 x 7 inches
- Canvas size: 10 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
Letter E Tie Dye2
The Letter E in tie dye. Tie dye is a colorful pattern used on clothing. It is made by tying a piece of clothing into a tight bundle, and then dyeing it with various colors. This became very popular in the 1960s and '70s. Tie dye is an expression of emotion and is a very colourful and expressive type of art. About 100 languages use the same alphabet like in English which makes it one of the most widely used alphabets in the world. While some languages have a few more and others a few less, they all share the 23 core letters originally found in the Roman alphabet. The most commonly used letter is the letter E. The letter J was the most recent letter to be added to the alphabet, appearing in print as a distinct letter for the first time in 1633. A sentence which contains all 26 letters of the English alphabet is called a pangram. A famous pangram is: “The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.” but there are even shorter ones such as: “Pack my box with five dozen liquor jugs.” Every letter of the alphabet has a wild, or at least interesting, story, often going back thousands of years. You can look it up on Wikipedia.
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.