Dimensions: 49 1/2" x 38 1/2"
Materials: #3-cut wool on linen
Designed and hooked by Chizuko Hayami, Setagaya, Tokyo, Japan, 2008.
Featured in: Celebration XX
"I love Japanese cranes with red caps flying in the air. They live in and around the Amur, very cold areas in Russia in summer, then come down to a bit warmer areas in Japan, especially in Hokkaido in winter.
They have no hair/feathers at the head top, so red is their skin. They fly so elegantly and graciously. For us Japanese, they are the symbols of winter. They fly with a couple or taking their child/ren with them. They fly back to Russia before spring. This rug’s optic angle is at the even level of their flying, and the way I hooked the sky diagonally is showing flying direction."
- Chizuko Hayami, Celebration Hall of Fame 2018
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