Inspired by the Swastika, from Hinduism. The Swastika symbol had been used for thousands of years by the people of the Indus Valley Civillization. Representing eternity, particularly the eternal and ever-present force of the Brahman. It is also a symbol of the present of goodness, as well as representing strength and protection, qualities which I see in a good garment. The four dots represent four seasons, four races of humankind living in a state of co-operation, and four fold magnetic fiels of our sun.
This is drawn by me using fine-liners and charcoal.