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Hungarian Embroidery

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#Hungarian #embroidery has many styles, yet it is one of the most underrated and underappreciated heritage of our culture!

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The fabric is cotton and the brand of the shirt is Lilifolk. The motives are traditional Hungarian motifs. You can wash it in washing machine. YOU CAN ORDER DIFFERENT SIZES! FREE SHIPPING!

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Me-Made-May, day 10! Sundays during Me-Made-May are Hungarian embroidery days, and today is another version of the Róza top, also featured last week. The embroidery used for this version is my rend…

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There is a strong tradition of embroidery in Hungary and Transylvania. This huge samlper was made by and given to me by Eniko who is a ...

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"One handmade approximately 4\" felt heart, hand-embroidered in Hungary and perfect for trying onto a package, decorating a tree, using as a pin-cushion, party favor, wedding favor or taking to another level by beading or adding an embroidered monogram to the back. Kalocsa is a traditional Hungarian folk art embroidery design, going back hundreds of years. These come in several embroidered color combinations, always with red and white felt - please let us choose for you! This listing is for…

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Kalotaszeg is a region in Transylvania which was once part Hungary. This area has retained many folk traditions and is famous for , amongst other things its embroidery. The traditional embroidery from this area is called "written" embroidery, the designs were originally drawn in freehand by the writing woman of the area, who were skilled and memorised many designs. The embroidery was traditionally done on home loomed hemp and in one colour using wool or cotton thread, most commonly red or…

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