Beaded dreidel: peyote stitch
Each cobalt panel of this decorative dreidel features one of the Hebrew letters associated with the traditional Chanukah game of chance.
November 1, 2009
|The dreidel is a popular symbol in the Jewish tradition. The four letters that adorn the sides are said to stand for the phrase "Nes gado haya sham," which means "a great miracle happened there." Dreidels are often used as toys, but you won't want anyone to play with this one. Find a pretty stand or display, and let your friends and family admire this clever design.|
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