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DigitaltMuseum - Skjorte

DigitaltMuseum - Skjorte

DigitaltMuseum - Stakk

DigitaltMuseum - Stakk

DigitaltMuseum - Stakk

DigitaltMuseum - Stakk

DigitaltMuseum - Stakk

DigitaltMuseum - Stakk

Hallingbunad sydd av Anne Bakka (1834-1904) Gol | Vibekes bunadside

Hallingbunad sydd av Anne Bakka (1834-1904) Gol | Vibekes bunadside

Norsk Institutt for Bunad og Folkedrakt

DigitaltMuseum - Skjorte

Norsk Institutt for Bunad og Folkedrakt

Swedish folk costume by lilou_2006, via Flickr

Swedish folk costume by lilou_2006, via Flickr

DigitaltMuseum - Bånd, prøve til

DigitaltMuseum - Bånd, prøve til

DigitaltMuseum - Skjorte

Norsk Institutt for Bunad og Folkedrakt

Gammel hallingbunad fra Nesbyen ca. 1880 (privat eie). Foto Vibeke Hjønnevåg. http://home.online.no/~vi-hjoen/

Hallingbunad, Bunadmester Vibekes Hjønnevåg, Gamle Nes, Nesbyen i Hallingdal

DigitaltMuseum - Stakk

DigitaltMuseum - Stakk

Swedish National Folk Costume, size medium, consisting of a hand made dress, probably a mixture of cotton/wool and an apron with lovely hand embroideries + a cotton blouse.  Dress: length 52", breast about 40" Blouse: breast 44", length of arms:18" Apron: 32" long and 33" wide

Swedish National Folk Costume, size medium, consisting of a hand made dress, probably a mixture of cotton/wool and an apron with lovely hand embroideries + a cotton blouse. Dress: length breast about Blouse: breast length of Apron: long and wide

Example of how flower embroidery originally looked like on Sverigedräkten, Swedish folk costume, when it was created in 1902. This apron border pattern was embroidered in Falun 1904 by a pupil of Märta Jörgensen [who created the costume].  ~ Read more in original articles by Bo Skräddare: http://www.sverigedrakten.se/story/SWEA-story.html ...as well as: http://www.sverigedrakten.se/story/story-eng.html

Example of how flower embroidery originally looked like on Sverigedräkten, Swedish folk costume, when it was created in 1902. This apron border pattern was embroidered in Falun 1904 by a pupil of Märta Jörgensen [who created the costume]. ~ Read more in original articles by Bo Skräddare: http://www.sverigedrakten.se/story/SWEA-story.html ...as well as: http://www.sverigedrakten.se/story/story-eng.html

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FolkCostume&Embroidery: Costume and 'Rosemaling' Embroidery of West Telemark, Norway

Hello all, Today I will continue to talk about Norwegian costumes, or Bunads, referencing in particular the most common version of the.

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