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Колумбийская мочила. Мастер-класс. Сумка.

Колумбийская мочила. Мастер-класс. Сумка.

molde

molde

zijkant zandloper heeft 60 steken 92 toeren, 4x haken op bodem zandl .240st. of bodem 256st zandloper,

zijkant zandloper heeft 60 steken 92 toeren, 4x haken op bodem zandl .240st. of bodem 256st zandloper,

Wayuu bag patterns

Wayuu bag patterns

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Wayuu Mochila bottom

Wayuu Mochila bottom

zandlopers bodem , 240 steken, past bie zijkant zandloper, de zijkant 4  x haken

zandlopers bodem , 240 steken, past bie zijkant zandloper, de zijkant 4 x haken

Base circular 24

Base circular 24

Всем доброго дня /ночи! На прошлой неделе обещала выложить схемы для кругов жаккардом.

Всем доброго дня /ночи! На прошлой неделе обещала выложить схемы для кругов жаккардом.

African Basket - Uganda - Rwenzori Bowl - 12.25 Inches Across - #48992

African Basket - Uganda - Rwenzori Bowl - 12.25 Inches Across - #48992

These baskets are beautifually handwoven out of hand spun sisal fibers over robust grass coils.

These baskets are beautifually handwoven out of hand spun sisal fibers over robust grass coils.

жаккардовое вязание спицами: 26 тыс изображений найдено в Яндекс.Картинках

жаккардовое вязание спицами: 26 тыс изображений найдено в Яндекс.Картинках

tejido wayuu - Cerca con Google

tejido wayuu - Cerca con Google

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Bukedo is the local term in Uganda for banana leaf stalks. Along with raffia that comes from palm trees, these materials are renewable, plentiful resources. The mission of this weaving group is to support as many other women as possible through the promotion of their handcrafts.

Bukedo is the local term in Uganda for banana leaf stalks. Along with raffia that comes from palm trees, these materials are renewable, plentiful resources. The mission of this weaving group is to support as many other women as possible through the promotion of their handcrafts.