Vietnamese embroidery

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Vietnamese hand embroidery is a 700-year-old tradition. Usually, tiny threads are used to create brightly coloured pictures on cloth. It is a popular extracurricular activity for young girls in high school together with cooking and sewing. It was a part of Vietnamese culture; traditionally, girls are expected to know how to decorate pillowcases, curtains and tablecloths with hand embroidery.[1]

See also[edit]

Culture of Vietnam


  1. ^ "CamTu Embroidery". Retrieved 2015-07-27.