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Hungarian bird motif in red on a white background, indicative of the so-called "written" style of Hungarian embroidery.

Hungarian bird motif in red on a white background, indicative of the so-called "written" style of Hungarian embroidery.

I think this little penny rug has a folk art look to it. Simple and pretty. Cute on a dresser or a side table, maybe with a little tea cup filled with trinkets or pansies... whatever “your” Hearts Desire. *****This is only the hand embroidery pattern, Not the Penny Rug item and Not the DIY KIT! ***** Language: English (written in English by myself.) The finished mat is 29 cm (11 inch). This applique pattern uses the blanket stitch. It can be used as a decorative table mat or as a candle m...

I think this little penny rug has a folk art look to it. Simple and pretty. Cute on a dresser or a side table, maybe with a little tea cup filled with trinkets or pansies... whatever “your” Hearts Desire. *****This is only the hand embroidery pattern, Not the Penny Rug item and Not the DIY KIT! ***** Language: English (written in English by myself.) The finished mat is 29 cm (11 inch). This applique pattern uses the blanket stitch. It can be used as a decorative table mat or as a candle m...

hungarian braided chain stitch - Google Search

Kalotaszeg is a region in Transylvania, Romania. It is one of the few areas in Western Romania with a significant Hungarian population, and it is a stronghold of old Transylvanian Hungarian folk traditions.

Hungarian folk cross stitches embroidery book   Osztyák himzések =  Ostjakische Stickereien. Published 1921 by [Magyar Nemzeti Múzeum] in Budapest Written in Hungarian.

Published 1921 by [Magyar Nemzeti Múzeum] in Budapest Written in Hungarian.

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CAROLE KING, '71. Picture taken from the photo session shot at her Laurel Canyon home used for "Tapestry" LP cover © Jim McCrary

One of the most successful female singer/songwriters ever: Carole King (b. Photo: Carole King in Laurel Canyon. From the Tapestry photo shoot, by Jim McCrary (via pollyw)

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