Techniques of Yugoslavian Weaving — Ethnic Textile Art by Phyllis Maurer


Yugoslavian embroidery shows peasant art at its best, using designs passed down over the generations. This embroidery is so rich and diverse in appearance that it is hard to describe a specific technique that is uniquely Yugoslavian. Yugoslavia was unified as a separate country in 1918, and no longer exists today. This embroidery shows the influence of multiple ethnic groups still living in this geographic area.

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Phyllis Maurer