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I'm Aynur Dereli. I've been teaching hand embroidery for about 25 years. It is my greatest passion and I see this shop as a way of sharing my passion with you.
Wire breaking is the hardest and most beatiful example of handicrafts that reflects Turkish culture. It is originated at 19th century in Bartın, a lovely black sea city of Turkey. Wire breaking differs from other needlework types with its handling technique and glamorous look. It gets handled on a fabric or tulle that strung over a wooden hoop.
I used wire breaking in scarfs and accesories. I hope you enjoy it.
my bridal jewelry and accessories shop
www.etsy.com/shop/ADbrdal
www.etsy.com/shop/ElegantScarff

www.etsy.com/shop/TurkishHome

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  • Born on February 20
  • Joined January 22, 2012

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yarns, beads, fabrics, ribbons, buttons, flowers, sequins, pearls, vintage

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About

Hi,

I'm Aynur Dereli. I've been teaching hand embroidery for about 25 years. It is my greatest passion and I see this shop as a way of sharing my passion with you.
Wire breaking is the hardest and most beatiful example of handicrafts that reflects Turkish culture. It is originated at 19th century in Bartın, a lovely black sea city of Turkey. Wire breaking differs from other needlework types with its handling technique and glamorous look. It gets handled on a fabric or tulle that strung over a wooden hoop.
I used wire breaking in scarfs and accesories. I hope you enjoy it.
my bridal jewelry and accessories shop
www.etsy.com/shop/ADbrdal
www.etsy.com/shop/ElegantScarff

www.etsy.com/shop/TurkishHome

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