Celestial appliques on silk spreadcloths and double draw bags
We've just finished a big creative design session here at tarottotes.com. These celestial tarot bags and spreadcloths are so beautiful! We think you will absolutely love them. All of the appliques were made from fabrics that have metallic gold highlights in the celestial designs. Then we added elements like embroidery, flannel-lining (for spreadcloth), silk, etc.
Appliqué is a sewing technique which involves the application of one fabric over another to add adornment or focus. We have thirteen different applique cut-outs, so there are 13 different moon, sun, or star bags that you can get. The same designs are used on the black silk spreadcloths for a center focal point.
Visit our NEW ITEMS section by clicking the CATALOG button on our HOME PAGE to see these special accessories.
We've recently designed three new styles of quilted tarot reading mats: one brown, one black, and one indigo blue. These are reversible so you get two different reading surfaces in the one mat. Mats stay in place better than the typical tarot cloth. It is nice to lift up a card and not have any movement underneath that might disturb the other cards in the layout.
The quilted side is the solid color and the opposite site is a lively celestial or swirled fabric.
View them here: http://www.tarottotes.com/item.asp?iid=2020
Due to a customer request, we have designed another style of silk tarot bag. This one has a double draw cord closing, two layer of silk fabric, and comes in your choice of five different colors. Pick purple, red, black, navy or turquoise silk dupionni fabric for your luxurious tarot bag. The triple twist satin cord is gold. Look for our "Royalty" bag in the New Items or Double-Draw sections of the www. tarottotes.com store.
sounds great I need a new bag for my R Waite's, thanks Betty I will take a look!
20% off sale during Sep. on our Ethic and History-themed bags
Have you a collection of historically-themed tarot decks? If so, take advantage of this month's big Sale at www.tarottotes.com to find bags for all of them. We have four different Ancient Egyptian bags. There are bags made of fabrics that display Native-American, Celtic, Oriental, and African symbolism too.