Lesotho Embroided Wall Hanging

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Lesotho Embroided Wall Hanging

This wall hanging, contributed by M S Fitter, belonged to her mother Narges Fitter. It captures the traditional way of life in Lesotho, a tiny country which values tradition and where she lived for eight years. The wall hanging shows the traditional Lesotho hat, houses, man with dog, veador selling oranges, aloe tree and more.

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