Yvette, This runner is worked in traditional-style Hardanger embroidery, using linen thread on linen fabric....

YVETTE

"This runner is worked in traditional-style Hardanger embroidery, using linen thread on linen fabric. Hardanger embroidery is a hand embroidery that comes from Norway, where it still features on the traditional costumes of the Hardangerfjord region."

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Allysonalt2 years ago

Truly Lovely!! You did a beautiful job!

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Jennialt2 years ago

Dare I ask how long this took?! It's gorgeous.

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Yvettealt2 years ago

It took some months, Jenni. But pleasure the whole way through.

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Thushara alt2 years ago

So beautifully done!

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Helenalt2 years ago

Yvette's eye for design and delicate skill enables her to produce exquisite pieces. This piece is a beautiful example.

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Heatheralt2 years ago

Yvette's work is meticulous and enhances any setting

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Rosemaryalt2 years ago

Gorgeous

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Kathleenalt2 years ago

Such lovely embroidery, nice to keep a traditional art alive!

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Cheryl alt2 years ago

Extreme Class! Love the table runner design!

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Janalt2 years ago

How beautiful!

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Cherylalt2 years ago

Lovely heirloom runner!

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Galt2 years ago

Gorgious & simple at the same time

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Sharon alt2 years ago

Simply elegant.

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Suzannealt2 years ago

Enjoying the book, Early Style Hardanger

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Katealt2 years ago

Exquisite

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Jessicaalt2 years ago

Very elegant design!

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Susanalt2 years ago

nice to see traditional needlework still bing done...beautiful

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Yvettealt2 years ago

Thanks Suzanne. It's lovely to hear that you're enjoying my book "Early-Style Hardanger". For those who don't know, this is one of the projects included in the book, so if you'd like to make your own, you can!