Details of a large embroidered headscarf, Crimean Tatar, from Turkey, 1870-1920. Called 'marama'. Embroidered on cotton (muslin), 67 x 144 cm. Each motif repeated three times; height of embroidery (from the tip of leaves to the edge of cloth): 12 cm. Border in double running stitch (a common design in Crimean Tatar embroidery). (The Asiye-Zeynep Collection, Washington DC).

Details of a large embroidered headscarf, Crimean Tatar, from Turkey, 1870-1920. Called 'marama'. Embroidered on cotton (muslin), 67 x 144 cm. Each motif repeated three times; height of embroidery (from the tip of leaves to the edge of cloth): 12 cm. Border in double running stitch (a common design in Crimean Tatar embroidery). (The Asiye-Zeynep Collection, Washington DC).

Embroidered Peacock Feather by ~Sugarloafin on deviantART

Embroidered Peacock Feather by ~Sugarloafin on deviantART

#MandiPandi's Spirit visits Mummsy Wummsy at 0544 on September 9, 2016. I LOVE YOU Mandi ~ "Go" ~ Fly to the Light."

#MandiPandi's Spirit visits Mummsy Wummsy at 0544 on September 9, 2016. I LOVE YOU Mandi ~ "Go" ~ Fly to the Light."

Peacock feathers background Royalty Free Stock Images

Peacock feathers background Royalty Free Stock Images

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A peacock shows off its dazzling feathers. Downloads as a PDF. Use pattern transfer paper to trace design for hand-stitching.

A peacock shows off its dazzling feathers. Downloads as a PDF. Use pattern transfer paper to trace design for hand-stitching.

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