Hungarian Folk Art No. 3 | Glendon Place
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The original purpose of Hungarian embroidery on garments was to strengthen the hemline, but it later began appearing as decoration on both costume and household textiles. In the eighteenth century, free-hand floral designs of various stitch types began replacing the older geometric motifs.
Display this design at Christmas or leave it up all year around!
Stitch Count: 149w X 211h
Materials: Uses a total of 15 colors of Sulky 12 wt. Cotton Petites thread and 6 colors of Mill Hill beads.