Historically, Hardanger has no original region but you could find historical artefacts in Asia, Persia and Europe. It thrived in Norway and they used to make household items in this technique: table mats, curtains, clothing decorations. It uses different stitches: fly stitch, running stitch, cable stitch, hem stitch, buttonhole stitch. There are several techniques to cut windows in designs which could be archieved with sharp scissors for Hardanger and quality fabrics. Some designers offer hardanger elements in their stitchery too so that way we still could challenge ourselves (it is not easy to do but once you get it, you are the talented one :)

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