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FolkCostume&Embroidery: East Telemark, Norway, embroidered shirts for Raudtrøye and Beltestakk Weaving Techniques, Embroidery Techniques, Crewel Embroidery, Embroidery Patterns, Seed Stitch, Cross Stitch, Ethnic Patterns, Wing Earrings, Folk Costume

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…

FolkCostume&Embroidery: East Telemark, Norway, embroidered shirts for Raudtrøye and Beltestakk Inkle Weaving, Tablet Weaving, Hardanger Embroidery, Folk Embroidery, Going Out Of Business, Darning, Traditional Outfits, Vintage Photos, Norway

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…

FolkCostume&Embroidery: East Telemark, Norway, embroidered shirts for Raudtrøye and Beltestakk Embroidered Shirts, Hardanger Embroidery, Textile Patterns, Textiles, Fabric Manipulation, Brick Stitch, Embroidery Techniques, Norway, Scandinavian

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…