Category Archives: udklipshedebo

8.4 decorative towel

TYPE: decorative towel TECHNIQUE: cut work Hedebo Cut work Hedebo decorative towel. The embroidery is dominated by the initials MOD, embroidered in a rare fashion: the form of the letters is cut out of the fabric, and afterwards the holes forming the letters are filled with a net of loose

10.11 and 10.12 collars

TYPE: collar and serviette TECHNIQUE: cut work Hedebo Cut off shift collar and serviette with cut work Hedebo. The curved shape of the collar represents a transition from rectangular shift collars to the neck shaped collars of bourgeois dresses. It is likely to have been embroidered in the period 1850-1865.

10.9 og 10.10 collar and serviette

TYPE: collar and serviette TECHNIQUE: cut work Hedebo Collar and serviette in cut work Hedebo. The collar has large distinctive scallops, typical for the period around the year 1900. The large patterns of the collar consist of leaf and half moon-shaped cut spaces, grouped in a manner that forms flowers.

10.8 collar

TYPE: collar TECHNIQUE: cut work Hedebo Collar in finer fabric with cut work Hedebo and French embroidery from the period 1910-1925. This collar is the most recent of all the exhibited collars. It is different in many ways from the peasant collar above, and is likely to have been embroidered

10.7 collar

TYPE: collar TECHNIQUE: cut work Hedebo Collar cut off a shift and embroidered with cut work Hedebo. The shape indicates that the collar was embroidered in the middle of the 19th century. Between the cut out flowers and half rosettes, there are vines and leaves of outline stitch and satin

10.6 collar

TYPE: collar TECHNIQUE: cut work Hedebo, Hedebo edge Collar with cut work Hedebo and a Hedebo edge. The pattern composition is vigorous, unrestrained, and a stylish mixture. The needlewoman used all the available shapes of cut work Hedebo fillings she could think of. The many rosettes consist of round, leaf-shaped,

10.5 collar

TYPE: collar TECHNIQUE: cut work Hedebo Collar with cut work Hedebo. The form of the collar suggests that it was embroidered in the period 1865-1880. If one compares the fine French embroidery under the lancet shaped leaves, done by a skilful needlewoman , with the more shaky satin stitches between

10.4 collar

TYPE: collar TECHNIQUE: cut work Hedebo, Hedebo edge Collar with cut work Hedebo and a Hedebo edge. The collar is full of detail and dominated by two large tulips on the sides. Around the tulips are round and oval cut spaces with beading loops and crosses. The oval and square

10.3 collar

TYPE: collar TECHNIQUE: reverse cut work Hedebo Collar in ”reverse cut work Hedebo”. The concept of needle lace is clearly seen here. It is the same technique as is used to fill out the spaces in cut work Hedebo, but here it is the needle lace which holds the collar

10.1 og 10.2 collars

TYPE: collars TECHNIQUE: reverse cut work hedebo Two collars in ”reverse cut work hedebo”. Both collars are composed of fabric cut into leaves and rosettes consisting of smaller Hedebo rings. On the one collar, an oval hole in the centre of the leaf is filled with needle lace. On the