The Hungarian szür is derived from mantles over 2500 years old, and continued to be worn into the early 20th century. The garment was worn by shepherds mostly, providing protection from the harsh elements

Mantle Date: late century Culture: Hungarian Medium: wool, leather, metal.

This is the ninth and last part of the Hungarian Sampler series, in which we embroider various Hungarian motifs on a tank top made using Colette Patterns’ free Sorbetto Top pattern. Can you believe it? It’s almost done! It just occurred to me that having nine parts is rather auspicious – nine is, in most folklore traditions so in Hungarian as well, an important number. I should claim I carefully planned it this way… but that wouldn’t be entirely true. The Read More...→

Hungarian Sampler Part Nine (the last): Matyó rose from Northern Hungary Más

Boldog karácsonyt! -'menyecskés" képeslap - 'kékfestő', Képeslap, album, füzet, Képeslap, levélpapír, Meska

Boldog karácsonyt! -'menyecskés' képeslap - 'kékfestő' (feyerzsuzsa

Boldog karácsonyt! -'menyecskés" képeslap - 'kékfestő', Képeslap, album, füzet, Képeslap, levélpapír, Meska

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