Hardanger Christmas Angels - hardanger kit by Permin of Copenhagen
Three pretty Christmas tree ornaments of delicate angels. The kit has large scale black and white charts printed 20 threads to one inch. The pattern is stitched in Kloster blocks, woven bars, satin stitch, buttonhole stitch, backstitch, eyelet stitch and four sided stitch using No. 8 and No. 5 Pearl cotton in white. The angels have a stitch count of 50 by 65. The kit contains:- 22 count/ 9 thread per cms 100% cotton hardanger fabric; DMC Pearl cottons; needle, chart and instructions.
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Hardanger Embroidery - Embroidery Patterns
The exact origins of Hardanger embroidery are not known but it is thought to have its beginnings in ancient Persia and Asia. During the Renaissance, this early form of embroidery spread to Italy where it evolved into Italian Reticella and Venetian lacework. By 1700, variations of this type of embroidery had spread to northern Europe...