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Piece N Quilt: Antique Quilts pieced my Natalia's great-grandmother, machine quilted by Natalia Bonner If I ever do an English Paper pieced quilt, this might be it. This is such a beautiful quilt. Tumbling Blocks Quilt, Quilt Blocks, Patch Quilt, Hexagon Quilt, Quilt Block Patterns, Antique Quilts, Vintage Quilts, Paper Piecing, Red And White Quilts

Antique Quilts ~ tying our family together

a quilt blog about machine quilting, sewing, sewing tutorials, author of Beginner's Guide to Free-Motion Quilting. Free tutorials.

century knit money bag, identified as "mudéjar," belonging to a Muslim subject during the reconquest of the Iberian peninsula from the Moors who, until was allowed to retain Islamic laws and religion in return for loyalty to a Christian monarch. Medieval World, Medieval Art, Textiles, Knitted Bags, Knit Bag, Medieval Embroidery, Sweet Bags, Medieval Costume, Medieval Clothing

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A thirteenth-century Spanish handbag worked with the arms of Castile and Leon.

Dress, Spanish, ca. Fabric design is typically Catalan. Textile Museum & Documentation Center of Terrassa (IMATEX) Edwardian Clothing, Edwardian Dress, Antique Clothing, Historical Clothing, Edwardian Era, Men's Clothing, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Gowns, Vintage Mode

Dress, Spanish, ca. 1900-09. White silk voile blouse; lapels hand-embroidered. Long tulip-shaped train. Fabric design is typically Catalan. Textile & Documentation Center of Terrassa

matador embroidery pattern up back or side of legs for Flamenco dancer Matador Costume, Spanish Culture, Flamenco Dancers, Ex Machina, Gold Work, Christen, Textiles, Spanish Style, Madrid

The Spanish Matador

Portraits of Matadors in and around Madrid, Spain.

Spanish ensemble via The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Fashion, Costume Institute, Folk Costume, Spanish Style, Traditional Dresses, Textiles

OMG that dress!

Spanish ensemble via The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Nis and Devil's Town Full Day Trip from Belgrade Macedonia, Albania, Montenegro, Bulgaria, Places Around The World, Around The Worlds, Wonderful Places, Beautiful Places, Amazing Places

Uros Petrovic - Devil's town, natural monument in the south of Serbia

I had a very interesting day here, air was full of energy... This place is realy cool and spooky... The "Devils' Town" (Serbian name "Djavolja varoš"), the natural monument, is situated in the south of Serbia, 27 km south-east from Kursumlija. This natural monument embrace two rare world's phenomena: 202 soil figures as specific relief forms rendering an attractive sight, and two wells of strong acidic waters with high mineralization. The terrain around the figures adds to the attraction of…

Mariano Fortuny (Spain, ~ Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo, was a Spanish fashion designer who opened his couture house in 1906 and continued until He was the son of the painter Mariano Fortuny y Marsal ~ stenciled velvet sleeve detail Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Men's Clothing, Azul Anil, Dungeons E Dragons, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Fashion, Velvet Gown, Fashion Details

Mariano Fortuny - Spanish painter, printmaker, photographer, textile designer, fashion designer and set designer, was one of the most creative minds of the early twentieth century.

deshistoiresdemode: “Pat Cleveland for YSL, ” 80s Fashion, Fashion History, Fashion Models, Vintage Fashion, Spain Fashion, Ysl Saint Laurent, Divas, Classic Style Women, Classic Beauty

Books - Mark D. Sikes: Chic People, Glamorous Places, Stylish Things

MDS BOOKS Mark D. Sikes burst onto the publishing scene with his New York Times bestselling first book, BEAUTIFUL. His new book, MORE BEAUTIFUL, is a celebration of classic, all-American decorating. Mark is well known for creating timelessly beautiful interiors that stir the soul and celebrate an indoor/outdoor lifestyle. This new book focuses on mixing sensibilities:…

We're doing a Flamenco inspired fusion choreo this year! Flamenco how-to from the National Post. Dance Art, Dance Music, Dance Class, Tribal Fusion, Complex Art, Spanish Dancer, Spanish Culture, Learn To Dance, How To Dance

Learning the art of flamenco dancing by Lia Grainger

One of my favorite passions is flamenco dancing. Here is a phenomenal article by a gal I danced with in Vancouver, Lia Grainger, published in the National Post, a major Canadian newspaper. Lia Grainger, National Post Published: Saturday, July 18, 2009 The first thing you will notice will be her eyes, black beneath furrowed brows, staring…

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