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Hardanger embroidery
also called "Hardangersøm" is a form of embroidery traditionally worked with white thread on white even-weave cloth and has one more synonym

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  1. using counted thread and Drawn thread work techniques

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  2. Modern Hardanger fabric is an evenweave cotton material woven with pairs of threads, typically 22 pairs per linear inch in both directions, referred to as '22-count'

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  3. sometimes called Whitework embroidery

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  4. The exact origins of Hardanger embroidery are not known but it is thought to have its beginnings in ancient Persia and Asia

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