The front pieces and chest panels are taken from old embroidered dresses from the 1890s to the 1930s. Dresses that are no longer in good condition can be artfully taken apart and mounted on silk or cotton for display/decorative purposes. Looking at each front piece gives an indication of what region it came from. For example, dresses from Bethlehem use gold and silk and Ramallah dresses are known for the cross stitch used. A visit to the gallery will expose customers to the rich heritage and unique meaning behind each embroidery piece.