About this time last year, I began collaborating with Mike Parr, to put together a collection of Hungarian Hand Embroidery Patterns here on Needle ‘n Thread. Since then, we’ve communicated back and forth about Hungarian embroidery and embroidery in general. Mike stumbled on a really nice gallery displaying samples of Hungarian hand embroidery.
If you’re in the mood for browsing needlework photos, you can visit this photo gallery of examples of Hungarian embroidery and click on the images to see larger versions. There are some interesting tidbits on the website, which belongs to someone who apparently repairs or recreates textiles. I didn’t read too much of the information on the site – but I definitely browsed the photos!
So, that’s for your viewing pleasure today! Thank you, Mike, for the link!
I’m out of town again today and tomorrow, but on Monday – aaaaahhhhh! – Normality Returns. Life will settle back into routine. That means that next week, I’ll have some instructional hints for you, and a few other needlework tidbits that I hope you’ll find enticing. Tomorrow, I’ll be showing you my “grab and go” project that I set up before company and short travel stints took over. See you then!