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The hems are decorated with both crochet and woven ribbons. The skirts are made of striped home woven wool.

- Scandinavian - The hems are decorated with both crochet and woven ribbons. The skirts are made of striped home woven wool

Costume and Embroidery of Leksand, Dalarna, Sweden

FolkCostume&Embroidery: Costume and Embroidery of Leksand, Dalarna, Sweden

olika randningar på förkläden, Järvsö

olika randningar på förkläden, Järvsö

Eesti muuseumide veebivärav - luisukott

Bag, from Eesti Muuseumide

Saami Ralli

Saami Ralli

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My Swedish Roots - Swedish Folk Costumes

Costume from Leksand in Delecarlia,Sweden

Folk costume of Leksand, Sweden Photo: Laila Duran

Wristwarmers are usually worn by men under their shirt in Gagnef, Dalecarlia, during major events, like weddings.

Wristwarmers are usually worn by men under their shirt in Gagnef, Dalecarlia, during major events, like weddings.

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Traditional kapp from Leksand, Sweden, by Leila Duran.

Folkdräkts tröja från Gagnef, Dalarna.

Folkdräkts tröja från Gagnef, Dalarna.

4 Likes, 1 Comments - @tribesakaki on Instagram: “#MarshArab embroidery wedding textiles from south part of Iraq”

MarshArab embroidery wedding textiles from south part of Iraq」

Nås kvinnodräkt

Nås kvinnodräkt

Bild ur boken – Folklig virkning

Bild ur boken – Folklig virkning

Shirdak

Shirdak

Folkdräkter; kvinnodräkt från Leksand

Folkdräkter; kvinnodräkt från Leksand

LOL! "There was a time and place where you could tell everything you needed to know about a woman with just a glance at her backside. In Palestine, in the late-19th and early-20th centuries, the elaborate hand-stitched embroidery that decorated the back of a woman’s thob, or ankle-length, robelike dress, could tell you which town she was from; her general economic status; whether she was married or single, a grieving widow or a widow on the prowl for a replacement. The scheme functioned to…

LOL! "There was a time and place where you could tell everything you needed to know about a woman with just a glance at her backside. In Palestine, in the late-19th and early-20th centuries, the elaborate hand-stitched embroidery that decorated the back of a woman’s thob, or ankle-length, robelike dress, could tell you which town she was from; her general economic status; whether she was married or single, a grieving widow or a widow on the prowl for a replacement. The scheme functioned to…

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