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Romanian tradition, basm romanesc, cusaturi traditionale, folclor

Oana Thomas
Golden apple - glitter, sparkle and shine

Semne Cusute: ie din VALCEA (3) Folk Embroidery, Embroidery Stitches, Embroidery Patterns, Knitting Patterns, Cross Stitch Borders, Cross Stitch Patterns, Beading Patterns, Cool Patterns, Palestinian Embroidery

ie din VALCEA (3)

Modele de ii Romanesti din caietul elevei Furcoi Elena, de la Liceul Industrial Sericicol Bucuresti, care a desenat aceste planse in clasa a VIII-a, anul scolar 1941 - 1942

Semnele cusute - Un alfabet care vorbeste despre noi Cross Stitch Borders, Cross Stitch Designs, Cross Stitching, Cross Stitch Patterns, Folk Embroidery, Cross Stitch Embroidery, Embroidery Patterns, Knitting Patterns, Beading Patterns

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pentru concursul de cusut 2015 - 2016 ce-i reprezentat cu bej este de fapt cusut cu bumbac alb, cu fir gros, dar nu s-ar fi vazut daca nu-i dadeam o nuanta. trebuie margelute; fir auriu si argintiu; lanita rosie ca rosia (tomata) si bumbac cu fir gros

paulpetrescu&elenasecosan&aureliadoaga - ie BANAT. Embroidery Sampler, Folk Embroidery, Embroidery Stitches, Embroidery Patterns, Cross Stitch Patterns, Cross Stitching, Beading Patterns, Pixel Art, Folk Art

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pentru mai multe informatii privind aceasta camasa, aflata in patrimoniul Muzeului Etnografic al Transilvaniei, urmati linkul spre pagina FB a Muzeului…

Val Munteanu - Povesti populare romanesti si sasesti Printed Materials, Book Illustration, Paper Dolls, Card Games, Illustrators, Childhood, Mood, Traditional, Photo And Video

Val Munteanu - Povesti populare romanesti si sasesti

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Semne Cusute: octombrie 2013 Folk Embroidery, Embroidery Patterns, Stitch Patterns, Time Tattoos, Sleeve Tattoos, Fertility Symbols, Cross Stitch Borders, Moldova, Henna Designs

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DROPS / CA 2 PICATURI DE APA Mehendi (henna designs) is a form of body-art practiced in several countries. I've learned about it while I was in India, 10 years ago, and my favourite motif was the tear-drop; perhaps because it looked so familiar. Women in Turkey, Balkans, south Romania – were wearing a couple of drops as belt-buckle. At that time I imagined that the tear 'came' into Macedonia from India, during cultural and commercial exchanges in the time of Alexander the Great. But: what if…