Embroidering a skirt

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Scanned from a 6x6 slide from the year 1970 After dyeing the cloth, and drawing the dark lines with natural dyes, the cloth still gets more embroidered with yarn and needle. If you are interested to know more about Shipiba, here is a good link:The South American Explorers Feature The Art of the Shipibo www.acap-peru.org...the-south-american-explo... - Shipibo art is known for its distinctive use of angular geometric designs forming ... their art to become experts in dying, painting, embroidering or weaving.

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K. H. Johansen on September 10, 2012

Smuk og dejlig portræt! Mange hilsner fra Danmark. Kurt

Eva Lewitus on September 10, 2012

Thank you so much, Kurt...
Yes, she was quite beautiful.
Greeting to Denmark from Perú.
♥ Eva

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  • Uploaded on June 19, 2012
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    by Eva Lewitus

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