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Harriet Tubman’s shawl in the museum had square patterns made with materials of silk, lace, and linen, which she wore by folding in half and draping over her shoulders. However, the more Dr. Drummond-Smith crocheted, the more her design took a circular shape that had incredible features. For example, when worn, it moves gracefully from side to side.
Another feature is that the SWAG SHAWL can be preserved for a lifetime, and is unique, one of a kind, and classic. Every stitch is strategically handcrafted and comes in several different colors.
One of the shawls that she designed for a client is a bright yellow shawl with a blue and orange trim, and upon receiving it, the customer said, “I will wear my SWAG SHAWL all around the world.”
Another of her selected SWAG SHAWL designs is now being featured at the Harriet Tubman Museum and Educational Center in Cambridge, Maryland.
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