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ateliermm / Na ľudovú nôtu obrus

Na ľudovú nôtu obrus / ateliermm - SAShE.sk - Handmade Úžitkový textil

Na ľudovú nôtu obrus / ateliermm - SAShE.

Europe - Slovakia/Detva

Europe - Slovakia/Detva

"Čičmany, Zilinsky, Slovakia" ¶ I think the unexpected is really important in a garden. It brings an outdoor space closer to the experience of art.

"Čičmany, Zilinsky, Slovakia" ¶ I think the unexpected it really important in a garden. It brings an outdoor space closer to the experience of art.

Prešov v Prešovský kraj

Prešov v Prešovský kraj

Slovak Folklore Hand-Sewn Embroidery made by village women from the Detva/Hriňová region. Well skilled old women sewed for fun, after they could not work anymore in the fields, they tended to house and to fill out the time while/after cooking/cleaning, next to the oven, they sewn. Was the most popular thing among the women to do at the time. Younger women went out on the fields, did laundry hand washing in the rivers, "ripping of the featers" practice, while they rested, they sang and sewn.

Slovak Folklore Hand-Sewn Embroidery made by village women from the Detva/Hriňová region. Well skilled old women sewed for fun, after they could not work anymore in the fields, they tended to house and to fill out the time while/after cooking/cleaning, next to the oven, they sewn. Was the most popular thing among the women to do at the time. Younger women went out on the fields, did laundry hand washing in the rivers, "ripping of the featers" practice, while they rested, they sang and sewn.

Ponte per sognare

I've never thought about visiting Hungary, but this is stunning Budapest, Hungary (Chain Bridge)

cherryjanka / Vyšívané srdiečko nezábudka s nádychom vidieka

Vyšívané srdiečko nezábudka s nádychom vidieka / cherryjanka - SAShE.sk - Handmade Dekorácie

cherryjanka / Vyšívané srdiečko nezábudka s nádychom vidieka

Ensemble.  Date: 20th century. Culture: Slovak. Medium: (a, b, c, e, f) cotton; (d) silk.

Slovak Ensemble, century (cotton,silk)~ Image © The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Junges mädchen in traditionellen ungarischen tracht gekleidet

Traditional Hungarian folk dress, with ribbons for only unmarried girls, women, region Kalocsa, county Bács-Kiskun

Modrotlac, resist dye technique used in Slovakia since 1608.

traditional Slovak prints, blue and white, called "Modrotlac" there is a guy in the city of Puchov still making them, they are beautiful

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