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Mexican Poncho with White fringe

Mexican Poncho with White fringe

Ponchos,Tradiciones,Oficinas De Diseño,Diseños De Oficina,Ideas De Oficina,Diseños De Punto De Cruz,Diseño Diseño,Punto De Cruz,Vestidos Florales

Mapuche textil

Mapuche textil

This tabletwoven band from Latvia is made using only two threads for the design. Thread a light color in hole A and a dark color in hole C. (Holes B and D remain empty.) The borders are threaded in one color in all four holes and are turned continuously forward. The design tablets must be turned two turns, which will bring the dark thread up; the direction is shown by the "white" arrows. Row 33 is the same as row 1. Draft and Photos Copyright2001 Inese Krumina

This tabletwoven band from Latvia is made using only two threads for the design. Thread a light color in hole A and a dark color in hole C. (Holes B and D remain empty.) The borders are threaded in one color in all four holes and are turned continuously forward. The design tablets must be turned two turns, which will bring the dark thread up; the direction is shown by the "white" arrows. Row 33 is the same as row 1. Draft and Photos Copyright2001 Inese Krumina

Tablet Weaving

Tablet Weaving

design animal mapuche - Pesquisa Google

design animal mapuche - Pesquisa Google

Diseño #Mapuche

Diseño #Mapuche

Diseño tradicional mapuche

Diseño tradicional mapuche

Rugs made by Mapuche women of Chile. Wonder if they would work in the decor? Learn more here about Mapuche textiles: http://www.craftcouncil.org/magazine/article/chile-deeply-rooted-craft And  http://en.cholchol.org/products.html

Rugs made by Mapuche women of Chile. Wonder if they would work in the decor? Learn more here about Mapuche textiles: http://www.craftcouncil.org/magazine/article/chile-deeply-rooted-craft And http://en.cholchol.org/products.html

Rugs made by Mapuche women of Chile. Wonder if they would work in the decor? Learn more here about Mapuche textiles: http://www.craftcouncil.org/magazine/article/chile-deeply-rooted-craft And  http://en.cholchol.org/products.html

Rugs made by Mapuche women of Chile. Wonder if they would work in the decor? Learn more here about Mapuche textiles: http://www.craftcouncil.org/magazine/article/chile-deeply-rooted-craft And http://en.cholchol.org/products.html

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