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Shawl Kihnu sõba

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The creation of Kihnu shawl was greatly influenced by the creative heritage of an honourable Estonian textile designer, Anu Raud. Kihnu glove patterns that she loved and collected, and are now woven into the Kihnu shawl, bring luck and health to the people wearing them. Material: 100% cotton Measures: 70 cm x 200 cm

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Ellu Scarves are decorated with Estonia’s beloved patterns, based on the wisdom and skills of our foremothers. By wearing an Ell’s scarf, we are making a great contribution to the preservation and introduction of our roots, and are honouring our cultural heritage. I hope that the creation of Ell’s scarves will help to pass down the beauty created by our foremothers and their profound folk wisdom to many, many more generations. Ellu Scarf was created in 2010, and has helped bring patterns from Estonian folk costumes into the present day, as well as revived the tradition of a wearing a wrap or sõba. According to traditional beliefs, the patterns protected, sustained and adorned the wearer. A sõba was an important element of our festive national costumes, and it was treasured and handed down from generation to generation. The patterns collected from various places in Estonia have been updated. And in collaboration with famous Estonian artists, designers and master craftspeople, contemporary collections are being born.

Ellu Scarves are decorated with Estonia’s beloved patterns, based on the wisdom and skills of our foremothers. By wearing an Ell’s scarf, we are making a great contribution to the preservation and introduction of our roots, and are honouring our cultural heritage. I hope that the creation of Ell’s scarves will help to pass down the beauty created by our foremothers and their profound folk wisdom to many, many more generations. Ellu Scarf was created in 2010, and has helped bring patterns from Estonian folk costumes into the present day, as well as revived the tradition of a wearing a wrap or sõba. According to traditional beliefs, the patterns protected, sustained and adorned the wearer. A sõba was an important element of our festive national costumes, and it was treasured and handed down from generation to generation. The patterns collected from various places in Estonia have been updated. And in collaboration with famous Estonian artists, designers and master craftspeople, contemporary collections are being born.

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