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Folk Vests (Folk Knitting series)
Knitters will delight in these 25 traditional and innovative vest patterns collected from around the world and through the ages. Both functional and decorative, these wonderful projects for men’s and women’s vests are accompanied by folk stories and regional histories from the country of the design’s origin, including Tibet, Scandinavia, Guatemala, Japan, North America, and many others. More than a pattern book, readers will feel connected to the cultures behind the projects as they bring these native crafts to life.85% (15)
Mimmi Boa for "Runway Magazine"
enlarge it for a better view Celebrated on the first Saturday of November every year, and known as the “Festival of the Exodus” to commemorate the migration of the Anlos tribe to their present homeland in Ghana. A day for peacemaking, where all outstanding problems are resolved and disputes are settled. The climax of the festival is the magnificent durbar of chiefs, where the tribal chiefs dress in their finest regalia and sit in state to receive homage from their people. The entire ceremony is laced with non-stop, soul-stirring drumming, singing, and dancing. Location: Virtual Africa. Supporting Uthango Social Investments, creating a gateway for Africans into Virtual Worlds. Photographer: Maggie Mahoney Model: Mimmi Boa Mimmi wears: Riviera couture - “Desert” Hair: Mirai: Maki- Darkcherry Jewellery: TTF (Thea Tamura fashion) Chantico earrings, Marijuana choker and Marijuana bracelet, Special jewels for feet: TTF (Thea tamura fashion): Green Soul barefoot sandals with ankletsAuthentic African lace and fabrics
Beautiful African apparel in occasions such as traditional African wedding, parties or anniversaries. visit :www.african-embroidery.com
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