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felt bag

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Pam de Groot: Ta Daa. First bag in a long time.

Pam de Groot: Ta Daa. First bag in a long time.

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Box of Secrets' turquoise dream - beautiful colours and delicate beading.

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Etsy I Felted Eco Organic Brown Leicester I Scarf

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Gallery.ru / Фото #117 - LAMPS I - renew

Gallery.ru / Фото #117 - LAMPS I - renew

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Pam de Groot

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Marjolein

Bloomfelt - Gallery-costumes

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sculpture13 MARJOLEIN DALLINGA bloomfelt http.bloomfelt.com

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Sculpture 1 by Marjolein Dallinga, Bloomfelt

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MARJOLEIN DALLINGA bloomfelt

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Wonderful needle felting.

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Yurt in Kyrgyzstan.

Jurta - Kyrgyzstan

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

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Traditional Kirghiz felt wall hanging, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

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Kyrgyz girls in traditional clothing.

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Handmade felt rugs called Shyrdaks from Kyrgyzstan

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

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Simple yet intricate home in Kyrgyzstan.

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Kyrgyzstan.

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

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Man near Jedi-Oguz, KYRGYZSTAN

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kyrgyzstan people - Google Search

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Ak Kalpak--Kyrgyzstan hats

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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!

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