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Rangoli: Merry Chirtmas
Created by viji_j86 on 2011-12-23,

Hi Friends,
Merry Chritmas to all.
I am uploading this into the craft section. This is made in a plastic canvas.wool is used at medium. cross stitch is adopted.
viji

Rangoli: E.Kolam
Created by viji_j86 on 2011-10-30,

This is as usual my E.Kolam.
As usual plastic canvas. Made this design with woollen.
Just I want to share this with you all because the finishing looks like a kolam.
This is the one I placed in the centre of the Arathi thattu.

Rangoli: Woollen Rangoli
Created by r.suganthy on 2011-10-24,

1. Cut the colour woollen thread into small pieces.
2. Then grind it in kitchen mixie (if you cut it into large piece, then your mixie will be under repair). It will become a cotton.
3. Draw any design in chart paper.
4. Now paste cotton (woollen)in the chart paper, according to that design.

Rangoli: Woollen  Rangoli
Created by r.suganthy on 2011-06-16,

1.Cut the woollen into small pieces
2.Grind it in the mixie
3.Apply the Fevicol in the required design
4.Paste it (woollen pieces) on the design
5.Use the Colour powder(large size) to fill the gap.

Rangoli: Woollen Purse
Created by Jayashubha on 2011-04-02,

My mother taught to do the basic woollen design. It is done on a netted cloth with cross stich and finally cut in the centre. After finishing the wollen work I took a velvet cloth and stiched the purse also myself. Please give your views.

Rangoli: woollen kolam
Created by viji_j86 on 2010-08-20,

This is also wollen kolam(E.kolam) done on plastic canvas.
I imagine this as padikolam and done like this.

Rangoli: Wollen Rangoli
Created by viji_j86 on 2010-08-17,

Here is my Rangoli. Done on woollen thread. The base is plastic canvas.
As usual my E.kolam
viji

Rangoli: Woollen Flowers
Created by manivasuki62 on 2010-08-10,

This was done using "Crochet" needle. I did this 10 years back.
Took a pic now and sharing it across.

Rangoli: Woollen Rangoli
Created by r.suganthy on 2009-03-25,

Procedure:
1. Cut the colour woollen thread into small pieces.
2. Then grind it in kitchen mixie (if you cut it into large piece, then your mixie will be under repair). It will become a cotton.
3. Draw any design in chart paper.
4. Now paste cotton (woollen thread)in the chart paper, according to that design.

Rangoli: Rangoli - using wool
Created by viji_j86 on 2008-11-12,

This is done using wool. This can also be taken up and place where we require.
viji