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Hello all, today I am returning to Telemark, one of the richest provinces in terms of folk art and costume in Norway. Telemark has. Traditional Art, Traditional Outfits, Norwegian Clothing, Folk Costume, Female Art, Color Patterns, Nye, Textiles, Museum

Beltestakk and Gråtrøje, Costumes of East Telemark, Norway part 1

Hello all, today I am returning to Telemark, one of the richest provinces in terms of folk art and costume in Norway. Telemark has three costume areas, West Telemark, East Telemark and Tinn. I have already covered one version of the costume of West Telemark. Today I will do the same for East Telemark. East Telemark consists of the east half of the province, minus Tinn. There are three versions of the East Telemark costume for both men and women. These are not associated with different…

Durham Weaver: Travels around the Baltic: Oslo to Mora, Sweden Inkle Weaving, Inkle Loom, Card Weaving, Tablet Weaving, Cricket Loom, Hand Embroidery Stitches, Textile Fabrics, Weaving Patterns, Folk Costume

Travels around the Baltic: Oslo to Mora, Sweden

This summer, I spent nine weeks travelling around the Baltic region to study patterned band weaving in different countries. I had booked visits to several museums in three countries to examine their collections behind the scenes and talk to curators. Our first textile stop was Oslo. I wanted to visit the Norsk Folkemuseum of cultural history. It is part of a large open air museum which has an impressive range of medieval buildings. Unfortunately, the costume gallery had problems with the…

A beautiful girl in an even more gorgeous beltestakk Norwegian Clothing, European Clothing, Folk Costume, Costumes, Love Actually, Medieval Dress, In My Feelings, Traditional Dresses, Feminine

Brikkene faller på plass...

I helgen var jeg på kurs og lærte om brikkevev. Det var så morsomt! Brikkevev er den visst den eldste kjente vevteknikken, og har blitt praktisert over hele kloden i flere tusen år. I pyramidene i Egypt fant man bilder med de mest fantastiske, innviklede motiver vevd med brikkevev, men mest vanlig er det å veve belter og bånd. Her hjemme ble det funnet en oppspent brikkevev i Osebergskipet, som er fra ca 820. Brikkene var laget av tre, av lønn, og var 4x4 cm og 1 mm tykke. Nå er brikkene…

  Tablet Weaving, Gold Work, Norway, Costumes, Embroidery, Folklore, Bands, Historia, Hipster Stuff

Bånd, belte

Norsk Folkemuseum - Photographer Reinsfelt, Anne-Lise

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