Indigo Dragon is now here
A new pattern has just been launched – the Indigo Dragon pattern. As is obvious, this is an indigo (or blue) dragon pattern with the dragons flying through the clouds. Japanese love their dragons and the mythology behind them
Wikipedia gives a good explanation of Japanese dragons:
Like other creatures called dragons, the Ryū is a big, fantastic animal that looks similar to a serpent and is related to the Chinese lóng and the Korean yong. Like all these Asian dragons, it is shown without wings, has legs with claws and usually lives in the ocean, the clouds, or heavens. Japanese dragons do not fly as often as the Chinese one, which is the reason why they usually appear much more like serpents. The ryū in art has only three toes, instead of the lóng’s five or the yong’s four.
Order today before this pattern sells out!