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My new obsession – Swedish embroidery. Love the color. Love the flowers. Love the style. What is it? It’s rich – full of life and character. It’s a feeling. Here are some ex…

My new obsession – Swedish embroidery. Love the color. Love the flowers. Love the style. What is it? It’s rich – full of life and character. It’s a feeling. Here are some ex…

Bunad, Fusa, Norway. (Bunad is a Norwegian umbrella term encompassing, in its broadest sense, a range of both traditional rural clothes (mostly dating to the 19th and 18th centuries) as well modern 20th-century folk costumes. In its narrow sense the word bunad refers only to clothes designed in the early 20th century that are loosely based on traditional costumes. The word bunad in itself is a 20th-century invention.)

Bunad, Fusa, Norway. (Bunad is a Norwegian umbrella term encompassing, in its broadest sense, a range of both traditional rural clothes (mostly dating to the 19th and 18th centuries) as well modern 20th-century folk costumes. In its narrow sense the word bunad refers only to clothes designed in the early 20th century that are loosely based on traditional costumes. The word bunad in itself is a 20th-century invention.)

Printed cotton neckerchief is an important part of the folk costumes.  photo: Laila Duran.©

Printed cotton neckerchief is an important part of the folk costumes. photo: Laila Duran.©

christening+bonnets | Dåpslue / Baptism and Christening Bonnet

christening+bonnets | Dåpslue / Baptism and Christening Bonnet

Infant's cap, Norway, 1730-1750. Orange silk brocade, decorated with metallic lace.

Infant's cap, Norway, 1730-1750. Orange silk brocade, decorated with metallic lace.

Baby's bonnet, Norway, 1750-1780, silk

Baby's bonnet, Norway, 1750-1780, silk

Christening Bonnet

Christening Bonnet

Rekonstruerte bunader frå Sogn

Rekonstruerte bunader frå Sogn

Infant's cap, probably Italy, c. 1730. Green silk embroidered with floss silk carnations and raised metal thread strapwork, lined in natural linen.

Infant's cap, probably Italy, c. 1730. Green silk embroidered with floss silk carnations and raised metal thread strapwork, lined in natural linen.

Rekonstruert damebunad frå Sogn

Rekonstruert damebunad frå Sogn

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