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Paivatar - Finland - Weaving and Spinning Goddesses

Paivatar – Finland’s goddess of weaving and the Sun […]

Textile Postage Stamps - Finland

Weavers shuttle 1985 – Fabric 2000 – Ryijy 2000 – Linen weaving

Textiles Postage Stamps   Ebay Finds

ZIG Fabricolor Fine Tip Marker, 2mm – Current price: $3.81

Karelian Weaving

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.

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Finnish Crafts and Yarn Shops

Where to find yarns and spinning fiber in Finland […]

History of the Rya Rug

A brief history of rya rugs in Finland and Sweden […]

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