Redwork Compass Rose

Redwork Compass Rose Embroidery Design
The compass rose has appeared on charts and maps since the 1300's when the portolan charts first made their appearance. The term "rose" comes from the figure's compass points resembling the petals of a rose.
Originally, the rose was used to indicate the directions of the winds (and it was then known as a wind rose), but the 32 points of the compass rose come from the directions of the eight major winds, the eight half-winds and the sixteen quarter-winds.
For western apprentice seamen, one of the first things they had to know were the names of the points. Naming them all off perfectly was known as "boxing the compass".
  • This design is available for the 4" x 4" and 5" x 7" hoops.
  • The sewn out size for the 4" x 4" hoop is 3.82" W x 3.82" H with 3,834 stitches.
  • The sewn out size for the 5" x 7" hoop is 4.88" W x 4.87" H and 4,625 stitches.
  • This design has 1 thread color.

You must have an embroidery machine to utilize our machine embroidery designs. We sell machine embroidery designs as electronic media (software) only. We do not sell embroidered "patches" or hard copy patterns.

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