Sukkot Lulav by Jeanette Kuvin Oren
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While the Sukkah hut gives the Jewish Sukkot holiday its name, this festival has two other main symbols: the lulav and etrog. A lulav is a slender palm branch that is held together with two willow branches and three willow branches. An etrog is a citron that looks mostly like a misshapen lemon but smells like heaven. Jeanette Kuvin Oren is known internationally for her elegant commissioned Judaic Art. Jeanette has been creating commissioned Judaic art for synagogues, families and organizations throughout the world for more than twenty-five years. Arise, Shine, Sukkot Lulav is a pleasure to stitch, measuring 6" x 13" on 14 or 16 mesh mono deluxe needlepoint canvas. We are happy to select appropriate wool, silk or perle cotton threads to help complete. Please contact us if you would like us to add the fibers of your choice.