Мотив орнаменту "Головач" з нарукавної вишивки жіночої сорочки, Поділля, Україна

Мотив орнаменту "Головач" з нарукавної вишивки жіночої сорочки, Поділля, Україна

Родовий шифр ось як чудово можна "зашифрувати" свої дані

Родовий шифр ось як чудово можна "зашифрувати" свої дані

Goddess Makosh Eastern European early goddess of women, fertility, and fate.

Goddess Makosh - Slavic early goddess of women, fertility, and fate.

Mokosh is a protector of women and goddess associated with the sacred feminine in Slavic pantheon. She is a goddess of water, home, earth, and female occupations such as spinning, weaving and fate.

Mokosh is a protector of women and goddess associated with the sacred feminine in Slavic pantheon. She is a goddess of water, home, earth, and what were traditional female occupations such as spinning, weaving and fate.

Імена зашифровані в українській вишивці 1/1

Імена зашифровані в українській вишивці 1/1

Embroidery Stitches, Crossstitch, Punto Croce, Punto De Cruz, Cross Stitch, Cross Stitches, Needlepoint Stitches, Needlepoint, Stitches

Embroidered collar, cuffs, and chest panels for a man's traditional Ukrainian 'sorochka', or shirt, in a style and motifs popular in the Horodenka and Sniatyn regions of Carpathian Western Ukraine (Hand embroidered by Dave Melnychuk)

Embroidered collar, cuffs, and chest panels for a man's traditional Ukrainian 'sorochka', or shirt, in a style and motifs popular in the Horodenka and Sniatyn regions of Carpathian Western Ukraine (Hand embroidered by Dave Melnychuk)

Detail of embroidered collar, cuff, and chest panels for a man's traditional Ukrainian 'sorochka', or shirt, in a style and motifs popular in the Horodenka and Sniatyn regions of Carpathian Western Ukraine (Hand embroidered by Dave Melnychuk)

Detail of embroidered collar, cuff, and chest panels for a man's traditional Ukrainian 'sorochka', or shirt, in a style and motifs popular in the Horodenka and Sniatyn regions of Carpathian Western Ukraine (Hand embroidered by Dave Melnychuk)

Slavic Goddess Embroidery - Essay - The Goddess Mokosh:

The lozenge motif dates as far back as the Neolithic and Paleolithic period in Eastern Europe and represents a sown field and female fertility in traditional dress patterns of Slavic peoples and in traditional Ukrainian embroidery

Birds of Ohio: Yugoslavian/Croatian Folk Embroidery

Here is another great find from the Estate Sale this weekend.Yugoslavia/Croatian Folk Embroidery Design and Techniques.

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