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Karelian Weaving and Textiles

Karelian Basketry
Birchbark basket weaving.

Leno Lace Pickup
A special type of lace pickup weave technique.

Blue Skirts, Golden Belts

Ancient Land of Karelians
One of the traditional crafts of Karelia was splinter or birchbark weaving.

Heikinpaiva 2002
The craft of birchbark weaving is taught at the Finnish Festival in Michigan.

Karelian Crafts
Karelian weaving, pickup, open-work lace, birchbark weaving and other traditional crafts.

Karelia Books

Norwegian Mittens and Gloves: Over 25 Classic Designs for Warm Fingers and Stylish Hands
Presenting a beautiful selection of 29 classic figurative concepts. In addition to several animal motifs, the compilation also charts figure and border patterns,

AMBUSH
mbush takes place in the first days of WWII in Russia Karelia by the Finnish border.

A Year In South Karelia
This is a book for anyone who has ever wondered what it’s like to live in Finland. Topics include language, cultural differences, holidays, music, sport, food, and the people, places and things that make them all possible. This is also a book for any Finn who ever wondered how the world sees them, their country and their culture.

Weaving Looms

 

Ebay Finds

16x70 Gram Maple Large Beading Japanese Kumihimo Tama - Current price: $57.99

Cherry Wood Floor Loom Marglad Corporation The Norwood 1944-1964 Weaving Folding - Current price: $1,499.00

- Current price: $650.00

Brother 965i brother/knitking VCx knitting machine - Current price: $1,575.00

ARM Swiss Tapestry Loom A81 Weaving Width 300cm Sturdy Beechwood 1981 - Current price: $3,350.00

- Current price: $132.50 - Auction

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