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FolkCostume&Embroidery: East Telemark, Norway, socks and shoes for Raudtroje and Beltestakk

East Telemark, Norway, socks and shoes for Raudtroje and Beltestakk

Hello all, The East Telemark costume is known for its embroidery, and also for the elaborate ornament on both stockings and shoes. Above is a photo of the famous Telemark dance teacher, Karin Brennesvik, likely doing Telegangar. You can see the embroidery on the stockings, and a hint of the ornament on the shoes. Here is a closeup of a similar stocking. Stockings of woven cloth, vadmal, were popular in many places, and were used in Telemark in the mid 1800's. They were superceded for a while…

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Rukkastakk mede rosa silkeliv, blå silkekanting, bringeduk brodert på stramei, sølv fra sylvsmidja.no på Voss. Foto Vibeke Hjønnevåg http://home.online.no/~vi-hjoen/

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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, and was and is worn by women with both the Raudtrøye and Beltestakk costumes, and even the Stakk og LIv, but without embroidery, and by men with the Gråtrøje costume. The man's shirt for the Snippekufte and Rundtøje costumes were different. The earliest known garment of this type which still exists dates back to 1798, and undoubtedly they were made still earlier…

Skjorte fra Aust-Telemark. Sydd og brodert av Ingrid Dillekås Adelsøn. Foto: Heidi Fossnes.

Skjorte fra Aust-Telemark. Sydd og brodert av Ingrid Dillekås Adelsøn. Foto: Heidi Fossnes.

Hello all, today I am returning to Telemark, one of the richest provinces in terms of folk art and costume in Norway. Telemark has. Inkle Weaving, Folk Costume, Costumes, Norwegian Style, Ethno Style, Frozen Costume, Embroidery Techniques, Tribal Prints, Pink

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…

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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, and was and is worn by women with both the Raudtrøye and Beltestakk costumes, and even the Stakk og LIv, but without embroidery, and by men with the Gråtrøje costume. The man's shirt for the Snippekufte and Rundtøje costumes were different. The earliest known garment of this type which still exists dates back to 1798, and undoubtedly they were made still earlier…