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needle lace insert from North Africa, Arab countries, or Turkey. video how-to with narration in a language I don't know // BroderieTunusChebka işlemeTekniği.

I don't know who made this or even how it's done, but it was so beautiful I had to pin it for you to see!

This is how I remember my Grandmother Azniv Vahide Aslanian did her Armenian embroidery, known as Aiyntabi kordz (Ayntab/Aintab embroidery) the Armenian women were experts in Aintab before the uprooting (during first genocide of the century - 1915 era)

So delicate! Which is why I LOVE hardanger.

HARDANGER Requires lots of patience to complete a project like this.

Learn the basics of Hardanger embroidery with this pretty blue and green Hardanger panel. When finished, the panel could be applied to a bag or a book cover, or made into a pincushion, biscornu, doily, sachet or needle book. Each of the stitches will be taught, so absolute beginners are completely catered for, though it will probably help if you have some counted stitching experience.

Morning meadow beginners Hardanger class Each of the stitches used will be taught, so absolute beginners are completely catered for, though it will probably help if you have some counted stitching experience.

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I don't know what that means, but it probably means AMAZING needle and beadwork. It reminds me of some of the pickup or leno lacework one can do in handweaving.


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