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Felt, artworks, sculptures


Bloomfelt - Gallery-costumes

sculpture13 MARJOLEIN DALLINGA bloomfelt

Bloomfelt - Gallery-costumes

Sculpture 1 by Marjolein Dallinga, Bloomfelt

Bloomfelt - Gallery-costumes


Bloomfelt - Gallery-costumes


Bloomfelt - Gallery-costumes

Yurt in Kyrgyzstan.

Jurta - Kyrgyzstan

Two story Yurta near Too Ashu, Kyrgyzstan >> What a beautiful yurt!

Traditional Kirghiz felt wall hanging, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

The Kalpak: The traditional hat worn by men in both Kazakhstan and neighboring Kyrgyzstan

Simple yet intricate home in Kyrgyzstan.

Kyrgyzstan yurts It's not just in some ancient history book - it's now

Man near Jedi-Oguz, KYRGYZSTAN

kyrgyzstan people - Google Search

Know as a Ger in Mongolia, a Boyuz in Kyrgyzstan the word Yurt comes from Russian origins and means “shack” or “shanty”. A nomadic tent that has been evolving for over a thousand years, and is designed to withstand some pretty tough conditions, they are sturdy, warm and fantastically crafted making them the perfect entertainment tent!

felt kitchen rug from Kyrgyzstan

Intrepid Travel - Istanbul to Bishkek. Through Turkey, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan. 54 days, $4550 + kitty.

Unique handcrafted felt rug carpet shyrdak shirdak from Kyrgyzstan 4ft x 4ft | eBay

Pamela MacGregor, Not just a rusty bucket

Felt iPhone Case by Graf & Lantz