Techniques of Norwegian Hardanger — Ethnic Textile Art by Phyllis Maurer


Hardanger is a technique that originated in the Hardanger area of Norway over 400 years ago. It was originally called Norwegian Drawn Work, and was traditionally stitched on white Linen fabric, using white Linen threads. Over time these items would age and take on the Ecru-on-Ecru appearance, which is often seen in the museum exhibits of today.

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Phyllis Maurer