OYA, THE LANGUAGE OF ANATOLIAN WOMEN

Anatolia’s thousand and one species of plants and gaily colored flowers are reborn in the imagination and inner eye of its women. The history of the decorative edging known in Europe as ‘Turkish lace’ is thought to date back as far as the 8th century B.C. to the Phrygians of Anatolia. Some sources indicate that needlework spread from 12th century Anatolia to Greece and from there via Italy to Europe.
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Oya, The Language of Anatolian Women

'Íğne oyası' (Turkish lace, made with the needle).

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Oya, The Language of Anatolian Women

Oya, The Language of Anatolian Women

Oya, The Language of Anatolian Women

Oya, The Language of Anatolian Women

Oya, The Language of Anatolian Women

Anatolia’s thousand and one species of plants and gaily colored flowers are reborn in the imagination and inner eye of its women. The history of the decorative edging known in Europe as ‘T

Oya, The Language of Anatolian Women

Oya, The Language of Anatolian Women

Yazma-Kenari-Oya-Modelleri

Yazma-Kenari-Oya-Modelleri

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3-yaprakli-tig-oyasi

İğne Oyası Kardelen Modeli

İğne Oyası Kardelen Modeli

tığ-işi-oya-örnekleri

tığ-işi-oya-örnekleri

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