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Dream Tree Wall Hanging

Decorating a nursery, a baby shower gift, or in a bedroom, the Dream Tree Wall Hanging is 100% cotton, beautifully hand-embroidered with the words: "Where dreams grow wild and beautiful and free" by artisans of St. Mary's Mahila Shikshan Kendra in India. This hand-embroidered wall hanging casts a dreamlike quality with birds perched, monkeys too, and a pair of elephants nearby with a majestic tree as their grand meeting spot. Imagine yourself in this world as you picture the artisans who handcrafted this beautiful work of art. Many people have hung the Dream Tree Wall Hanging in their office as a conversation starter and inspiring artwork. A Ten Thousand Villages exclusive design.


  • Materials: 100% cotton
  • Measures: 39"W x 39"L
  • Colors: Black background, multi-colored embroidery
  • Care: Dust carefully to clean
  • Notes: Features rod casing for hanging, does not include rod
  • Handcrafted in India

SKU: 6833360


St Mary's Mahila Shikshan Kendra is a women's handicraft organization run by the Dominican Sisters in Gomtipur, Ahmedabad. This area of Ahmedabad, once known for its textile mills, suffered much unemployment since global competition closed the mills in the 1980s. It continues to attract landless laborers who come searching for work. Artisans of St. Mary's create embroidery in the tradition of the Kathiawadis, a craft more than a thousand years old. Ten Thousand Villages has purchased products from St. Mary's since 1987.The artisans of St. Mary's share in decision-making and project responsibilities. The organization runs a dispensary and maternity clinic that caters to the poor and marginalized women in the area. It also runs health programs, a savings program, sewing education and children's education programs.

Welcome to our global maker-to-market movement where, together with 20,000 artisans, we ignite social change. We create opportunities for individuals, families, and communities in developing countries to thrive through strong relationships, fair wages, safe working conditions, and sustainable practices.