I can almost see all the needle marks on this one to figure out how the stitching was done.
"Adire are indigo resist dyed cotton cloths that were made by women throughout Yorubaland" according to the Victoria and Albert Museum site - click here to read the entire article.
This is a different textile and I didn't make note of the pigment or dye used to create the rosy areas. I love the texture retained after the stitching was removed.
Another fabric with similar design and colors but smoothed to show the stitching lines.