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Art with Ms. Gram: 3rd grade - Weaving flowers Good Springtime project

Art with Ms. Gram: 3rd grade - Weaving flowers Good Springtime project

Macrame  friendship bracelets...VAL??

Macrame friendship bracelets...VAL??

Pinterest Creatief met Stof | ... Tutorial Voorjaars krans van stof...Spring wreath of fabric scraps

Pinterest Creatief met Stof | ... Tutorial Voorjaars krans van stof...Spring wreath of fabric scraps

Een heerlijk winterwerkje voor kleuters is stokjesweven.

Een heerlijk winterwerkje voor kleuters is stokjesweven.

knutselen met wol - Google zoeken

knutselen met wol - Google zoeken

Lapjes dier groep 3/4 Weven met repen stof op een kartonnetje, Daarna er af halen en op een lap stof plakken. Poten en kop zijn gemaakt van papier

Lapjes dier groep 3/4 Weven met repen stof op een kartonnetje, Daarna er af halen en op een lap stof plakken. Poten en kop zijn gemaakt van papier

The World's Best Photos of appenzell and silvesterchlaus - Flickr Hive Mind

The World's Best Photos of appenzell and silvesterchlaus - Flickr Hive Mind

The World's Best Photos of appenzell and silvesterchlaus - Flickr Hive Mind

The World's Best Photos of appenzell and silvesterchlaus - Flickr Hive Mind

The World's Best Photos of appenzell and silvesterchlaus - Flickr Hive Mind

The World's Best Photos of appenzell and silvesterchlaus - Flickr Hive Mind

Dutch dress made from "sitsen", fabrics whose designs were influenced by oriental patterns  from the East (=Java, China, India, Japan) brought back by seafarers of the VOC (Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie=Dutch East India Company) in the 17th/18th century. Initially the fine cotton fabrics,handprinted in India, were only accessible  to the Dutch elite.Later, towards the end of the eighteenth century cheaper versions, often printed in Europe, were introduced to the market and began to be…

Dutch dress made from "sitsen", fabrics whose designs were influenced by oriental patterns from the East (=Java, China, India, Japan) brought back by seafarers of the VOC (Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie=Dutch East India Company) in the 17th/18th century. Initially the fine cotton fabrics,handprinted in India, were only accessible to the Dutch elite.Later, towards the end of the eighteenth century cheaper versions, often printed in Europe, were introduced to the market and began to be…