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10 interesting facts about embroidery🤩
❤️Since the Stone Age, clothing for people has served animal skins, which at first sewed together “cross to cross”.
But some women didn’t just have to stitch skins, they wanted to make their clothes beautiful.
Then embroidery was invented as a way to decorate primitive clothes.
❤️In Ukraine, embroidery existed in the era of Kievan Rus’.
It hadn’t only an aesthetic purpose, but also was a charm from evil spirits.
❤️Neatness was always valued in embroidery.
In Kievan Rus’ it was believed that if embroidery dress or shirt had a lot of knots and uncut threads on the wrong side, the gods were angry.
❤️Despite the fact that embroidery is difficult to maintain in good condition over time, the embroidery of Ksenia Godunova (daughter of the Russian Tsar Boris Godunov) has been preserved since 1601!
❤️At the beginning of the 19th century, embroidery already gained mass popularity.
Wealthy people could afford the hoop of mahogany or Karelian birch.
❤️The largest cross-stitch made by one person is a copy of the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel.
The original of which Michelangelo created for 4 years, and Joana Lopianovsky-Roberts embroidered 10 years😱
What fact interested you the most?👇🏼🤭