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09

May
2018
Iranian Turkmen
Posted by: IranbyBit /2410
Iranian Turkmen are a branch of Turkmen people living mainly in northern and northeastern regions of Iran. Their region is called Turkmen Sahra and includes substantial parts of Golestan. Iranian Turkmens have long time represented a group of semi-nomadic tribes who retained a more traditional way. In Iran lived next Turkmen tribes — Yomut, Goklen, Īgdīr, Saryk, Salar and Teke. Nearly two million Turkmen can be found living along […]
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06

May
2018
Pateh (Needlework) in Keman
Posted by: IranbyBit /890
Kermani women use colorful threads on a wide piece of cloth, which they call “Ariz (meaning “wide” in Persian)” to make this scarf which is then decorated with very beautiful designs. Pateh Kerman Tree, aigrette, pine, peacock, cypress, and armband are major patterns which are used to weave patehs. Pateh is woven in various types […]
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06

May
2018
Mamghani Needlework (East Azerbaijan province)
Posted by: IranbyBit /1000
The most important handicraft art work in East Azerbaijan province is needlework. This particular art work is popular among girls and the housewives have very old history. In the past a kind of popular hat was the dominant work for local consumption. but w other than hats, they weave table cloths, under glasses, seat belts, […]
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06

May
2018
Needlework (Souzan Douzi) in Sistan and Baluchestan
Posted by: IranbyBit /1000
Needlework (Souzan Douzi) is an Iranian handicraft art work which is very common among the people of Sistan and Baluchestan province in southeastern Iran. It is the art of drawing images on plain fabrics by sewing delicate stitches using needle and colorful yarns.     Source: http://ifpnews.com
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