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Embroidery avaIn the past, when most clothing pieces in Ukraine were handmade (woven, sewn, and decorated by hand), there was a comparatively little assortment of thread dyes available. The most popular were read&black colors of embroidery, but in some areas, people preferred white threads, indigo-dyed threads, or colorful patterns (yellow, brown, green, blue, orange, etc.). If a 17th-18th-century woman saw modern mouline threads with hundreds of colors and shades, they would be wonderstruck.

Here is a great exhibition of vintage and modern embroidered clothing.

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Modern embroidered outfits adorned with whitework from Reshetylivka district, Poltava region (central Ukraine)

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Cute wreaths made from yarn pom-pons, artificial flowers and leaves, wax beads, etc.

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