Krestsy embroidery began its development in the second half of the 19th century. It is an embroidery technique created on a large mesh fabric by pulling fabric yarns and intertwining white threads. The patterns are geometrical: circles, stars and other shapes.
Today, this embroidery is made in the "Krestetsky Line" factory in the Novgorod region, in the village of Krestsy. You can purchase towels, bed linen, tablecloths, and other items in the factory shop.
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