Jala (prounounced as “jal”, ‘water’ in Sanskrit) evokes the flow of water from a ‘pichkari’ or water spray used in the colour games during Holi. The pattern starts with the bottom cable and lace section worked flat, and then the body is worked in the round.
21” length and 10” circumference (of body)
Kausheya (Silk-viscose; 250 yds/100g) in
Seaglass (1 skein)
Size G-6 (4mm) hook
Tapestry needle, blocking pins and wires.