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Beltestakk fra Telemark.

Bilderesultat for beltestakk hjul

Betegnelse: Likkross (Betegnelse) Historikk: Bruk: Brukssted: Norge, Telemark, Hjartdal Aksesjon: 2001 (Deponert til Norsk Folkemuseum) Annet: 1888 (Innkjøpt av Nordiska museet) Identifikasjonsnr.: NF.2001-0119 Eier: Norsk Folkemuseum

Betegnelse: Likkross (Betegnelse) Historikk: Bruk: Brukssted: Norge, Telemark, Hjartdal Aksesjon: 2001 (Deponert til Norsk Folkemuseum) Annet: 1888 (Innkjøpt av Nordiska museet) Identifikasjonsnr.: NF.2001-0119 Eier: Norsk Folkemuseum

Betegnelse: Likkross (Betegnelse) Likkisteklede (Presisert betegnelse) Historikk: Aksesjon (Dobbeltregistrering. Ingen opplysninger om proveniens på likkrosset.): Identifikasjonsnr.: TGM-BM.1933-34:026.B Eier: Telemark Museum

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FolkCostume&Embroidery: East Telemark, Norway, embroidered shirts for Raudtrøye and Beltestakk

Hello all, Today I will continue my series on East Telemark costume by talking about the shirts. This garment is called skjorte, .

Ukraine, from Iryna

Ukraine, from Iryna

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Lisbon - The tradition of the ceramic walls is maintained until today, photo © Dimitrios Tsatsas Architecture, moods, tradition share addthis Start Back Phenomenology of viewing Made by the hands of community Forward End Stylepark AG © 2001 – 2013.

Lisbon - The tradition of the ceramic walls is maintained today, photo © Dimitrios Tsatsas Architecture, moods, tradition share addthis Start Back Phenomenology of viewing Made by the hands of community Forward End Stylepark AG © 2001 –

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Tutorial-4-strand braid | Backstrap Weaving

I don't recall who first taught me to make this braid. All I know is that I already knew how to make it when I went to learn to weave in Potosi. When I had finished my pieces on the staked-out ground loom, my weaving teacher offered to teach me to make a