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Handiscola Project

Handiscola Handiscola was an EU project that brought together participants from European countries to learn and increase appreciation for traditional handicrafts.

Birch Bark Basketry Instructions for weaving baskets with birch bark (in .pdf format). The English translation begins on Page 11.

Bookbinding

Ceramics

Embroidery Instructions for basic embroidery stitches […]

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