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Stitchin’ Post : Sewing Classes

Winter and Spring Classes are open and waiting to be filled!

We have a big line up for quilting, sewing and knitting classes for January through June. 

We had our Class Preview Party on January 9th, but we still have all the samples up in the classroom for you to see. 

 

Take a class or two from our resident Jelly Roll queen, Edie. Kiwi Conserve, Jelly Sandwich, Wistful, and Blueberry Hill. Each Classes uses Jelly rolls and  are a snap to sew together. 

If you’re looking for an Art Quilt class or two, we have a few to choose from.

Leotie Richards’ Fearless Portraiture  creates a portrait within a context of graphic imagery that tells a story.

Julia Jeans’ Fabric and Paper Beads adds a bit of ‘pop’ or of dimension to your fashion, art quilts, jeweler and more with fabric and/or paper beads.

Bobi Herring, a new teacher to the store, will be teaching her Magpie Menagerie. Experience “eccentric styling” with raw-edge hand appliqué, couching, embroidery and some nubby twist edges.

Sharon Carvalho is mixing the digital world with quilting in her Digital Surface Design. Maniplulate, recreate, build, blend, and incorporate images in ways not yet imagined.  

Learning new techniques and how to use a new to you tool can be difficult, but with these three teachers, they make it a breeze. 

Join Laura Simmons as she shows you how to make a new classic, Metro Rings using the Quick Curved ruler and block construction as well as quilting ideas when you finish. 

Paper Piecing can be intimidating, but with Joyce Boyd it can be fun. Learn the basic concepts of Paper Piecing buy making sample blocks from different projects.

Kathy Shaker is here to teach a monder approach with the simple-to-assemble quilt in Crazy Dresden. Combining machine and hand stitching along the seams of the blocks is refreshingly quick and fun!

Knitters and all alike, we have some great, fantastic classes for you to take! Our three teachers, Paula, Pat and Gin are ready to teach a variety of techniques and projects. 

Pat Drake is back to teach three knitting classes for us and they are beautiful projects. Stitch-Sampler Handwarmers & Ribbed Scarf is all about the endless possibilities for combining knit and purl stitches. Diagonal Lace Wrap & Scarf is an easy-to-knit yet elegant pattern.The Simple Sideways Scarf is easy to wear in many yarns, with the shallow triangle shape has a long tails to wrap or tie. 

 

For our friends out there who would like to learn how to Crochet, do not fret! Paula Johnson will e teaching Beginning Crochet 101 where you will learn the basics, as well as Beginning Crochet 102 where you will focus on going beyond the basics with new stitches and projects.  Paula is also teaching Needle Felting. It is a way to use fiber in a new and exciting way. It’s easy and fun.

Paula is just a busy bee when it comes to teaching classes. Offering two Crocheted projects and and three Knitting. Crocheted Hat will teach you how to crochet in the round and the Crocheted Shawl/Scarf is a beauty you can do. Learn to make the Lace Knitted Socks on with whichever meatod of knitting in the round you prefer. Then make some Lace Back Fingerless Mitts. This is your chance to pick from three different lace patterns. With all that left over bits of yarn you have from past projects, Paula will show you how to use them to make shawl in Crazy Ball Shawl.

 

 If you have ever wanted to take a class from Janet Storton, the you are in luck! Janet will be teaching both The Grass benith their feet Quilt where you will discuse pattern and fabric layout and some fabric traiding. In the Historic Story Quilt” class  Three different appliqué techniques and stitchery will be taught to make each quilt a “museum quality” work of art.

Toney Phillips is at it again with three classes. A favorite of ours and everybody else, Tonye is bringing back her Fabric Postcards. Being surrounded by wonderfully textured and shaped cones here in Central Oregon. What better idea for a small wall-hanging quilt than Pine Cones! Let’s keep the shapes simple and practice a bit of hand applique together in Cascade Cones. Tonye will share her simplified techniques with a no-pressure approach in Silly Bird

 Four classes, art, traditional, fishy and styleish, Jean Wells will be more than happy to share her work and techniques with you. Join Jean for Mixology, Trip Around the Wolrd, Metolius, and the Briefcase Tote

 

Join Peggy Lindsay in her Chunky Monkey class.  Just like swinging from trees, this quilt or table runner is fast and fun! Taken from the book Skinny Quilts, Chunky Monkey fits into your narrow spaces. Let’s stack, shuffle, slice, and insert to keep things interesting in Hibachi.

Remember those colorful granny-square crochet blocks designed to use up scraps of yarn? Now you can create a colorful Great Granny Square quilt with 2 ½” fabric scraps from your stash! Joind Tamra Dumolt in Great Granny Squares

Candy Woods as she shows you how to make Suburbs, by Allison Harris of Cluck Cluck Sew, a beginner-friendly quilt made with Layer Cakes or Fat Quarters.

Gather your favorite Marcia Derse fabrics and join Annette as she guide you in the techniques of improv cutting and keeping the curve of your rows manageable in this ½ day class in Sticks.

As a Change of pace, Sheila Snyder and Candy will be here to show you how to make the Turban Footstool.  Sheila has put together all the ingredients to make this footstool come together quickly and easily. 

Join award-winning garment artist Deb Wilkinson to get a good foundation started in color, design and finishing of your own personal art statement in Wearable Art Vest.  

 Pam Raby is back with three new classes that are fenominal. Speed DAting Improve: Round Robin, Double Trouble Stash Buster, and Pin Cushion Selvedge Stash

 Sue McMahn is teaching two Tula Pink quilts! Freckles, is both quirky and elegant in a way that only Tula can achieve! The “freckle circle” is easy. Relax and enjoy an adventure with a bright and breezy result. Then take Misdirection, with a fabulous sense of color position, this quilt provides a playful romp among fabric. Misdirection can be accomplished so easily with the Quilt In A Day 4″x8″ Flying Geese ruler. With very little fabric waste and easily followed directions, four geese units will be created at a time, using just four lines of stitching!

 Kristin Sheilds is offering two classes as well.  Join Kristin for a fun day of hand stitching as Folk Art Creatures come to life with simple embroidery. Create animal designs with inspiration of your own choosing or from the templates provided. In Improv Feathers, come learn liberated and improvisational techniques as they relate to feathers. Kristin will also introduce gentle curves.

 Our very own Lawry Thorn is offering two classics, Absolute Begining Quilting and Begining Machine quilting, and a new purr-fectly fun class Kitty Kitty, from Elizabeth Hartman’s Pattern, Kittens. 

 Its always a pleasure to have June as an instructior, so join her in her fun Doodle Quilting where you will experience a variety of doodle-quilting designs. Once again June is teaching her Picture Design, utilizing June’s “paint-by-number” technique, you too can create a fabric picture from any photo

 All of these classes and more are open for signup. So check them out and more at www.StitchinPost.com

And as alwyas, Happy Quilting!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The name Middle East is a misnomer, in that there is no one culture that covers the whole Middle East. I will put up links to the major empires and regions that I have found. If anyone finds anything that should be on the page, please let me know.

A Middle Eastern Clothing Primer, written by Woodrow Hill, is a good place to start from.

There are many museums that show their collections on-line. Some that contain Islamic art are The David Collection, The Textile Museum and the Ashmolean, which is linked to below. This is an Exhibition Catalogue Islamic Courtly Textiles & Trade Goods 14th-19th century, which is via Google Docs.

Arab Dress: a short history by Y. Stillman and N. Stillman is able to be read through Google Books. Preview only.

Islam in India and Pakistan by Annemarie Schimmel covers different cultural influences on garb and gives a glossary. Via Google Books, so preview only.

Women’s Costume of the Near and Middle East by Jennifer Scarce available through Google Books. Preview only.

Jews, Visigoths, and Muslims in medieval Spain: cooperation and conflict by Norman Roth covers a little of garb and the differences between Muslim, Jews and Christians in the Al-Andalus. Via Google Books.

This handout by Umm Hurayrah bint Khaalid (on Scribd) covers modern belly dance clothes, what not to wear and many pictures of period garb.

Costumes of the Levant by Margaret Clark Keatinge. An on-line book printed 1955.

The Art of Arabian Costumes by Heather Colyer Ross is available to read through Google books. Preview only.

There is a company in the U.S. called Reconstructing History which sell patterns for Medieval and Eastern Medieval clothing. Also for sale are the notes used to create the patterns.

This site is a small site on Period Gypsy Garb done by a SCAdian. A good place to start if interested. This site called 15th & 16th Century Gypsy Women’s Garb which has pictures and patterns.

The Mongols by Catriona Macpherson. Covers a little of the garb.

Ottoman Garb
This is from 1299-1923 AD, covering three continents at one stage. There are many books which cover the history of the Ottoman Empire but a digest is on Wikipedia. Many people know of the Ghawazee coat, but the Ghawazee were the lower class, street dancers who did not have the same clothes as the aristocracy. The Ghawazee coat known today, that goes under the bust, is an invention of the 1960s.

Here are articles I have found about female Turkish garb-

 

Persian Garb
One of the oldest empires covering biblical times to 1921 AD. The Persians had many spats with the Byzantines and was invaded by Islamic conquerors in 644. The Mongols invaded Persia in 1218 and persisted until the 15th century. Check out the post Persian Garb for Duchess Roxane Farabi Shahzadeh’s patterns (pdfs to download).

 

Coptic (Ethiopian) and Early Egyptian Garb
Heavily influenced by the Roman Empire, it is quite hard to find many links to Coptic garb.

This is a link to an SCA blog by a lady named Greet. She has made a pdf document about Coptic embroidery.

Abbasid Silks of the Ninth Century by Ernst Kühnel. JStor article.

This is an article by the Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art about Coptic and Egypto-Arabic Textiles. Via Google Docs.

There is also a post covering Coptic children’s garb.

Here is a link to the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. They have a picture up of a child’s Coptic tunic with embroidered ducks-

 

Mamluk (late Egyptian)
This is from the 12th century until the 15th. After that, Egypt became part of the Ottoman Empire. Here is a digest version of the history.

This is a paper written by Jun-suk Kang, about the History of Textiles in Egypt.

The Ashmolean has many embroidery samples, with a wonderful zoom function. Please look!

Al-Andalus
The Arabs in Spain and Portugal came from the Maghreb or North African dynasties. Eventually they broke off from North Africa and became their own kingdom. Here is the wikipedia page.

  • A page with period pictures of garb in Christian Spain from Mistress Maddalena Jessamyn di Piemonte.

Embroidery

 

Other
The Renaissance Tailor covers making felt slippers. Follow through the other links on the site for boot, pants, coat and jewelry.

The page has instructions on how to make a Fez, head wear used by both sexes.

This page was written by Timothy Dawson, called Levantia: Stepping Out covers both male and female headwear, with a large bibliography.

An electronic book, Max Tilke: Oriental Costumes. Written in 1922 and transformed into an electronic book by Celestina Wroth & Jian Liu, for the Reference Department, Indiana University Libraries 1997.

Narah has written an article about Pre-17th century headwear.

 

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Men’s scarves of the East what is a turban turban kufiya gutra yigal arafatka tuaregs scarves

Men’s scarves of the East:
Turban, Turban, Kufiya, Shemag, Gutra, Arafatka

Turban or Turban

Turban (Persian) or Turban, a men’s headdress in the form of a piece of cloth wrapped around the head, common among a number of peoples of North Africa, the Arabian Peninsula, India and Asia. Sometimes it is wrapped around a skullcap, fez or hat, the Shiite clergy wrapped a turban around their bare head.It usually takes 6-8 meters of fabric to make, but some types of turbans take up to 20 meters of fabric.
This headdress is referred to as: turban, turban, calma, turban, tolipane, tolliban, tulbant, tolibant, tulipan, tulipant, dulipan, turribant, turbanto, turbant, turben and so on …

The custom of covering the head still exists. Turban is nothing more than a symbol of the spiritual maturity of a Muslim and the compliance of its owner with Islamic concepts of honor.
The turban, a headdress for men and women among the peoples of Asia and North Africa, is a panel of light fabric wrapped around the head. With the beginning of the period of the Crusades, the wearing of the turban spread to the countries of Western Europe. In India, the turban is a symbol of belonging to the Sikhs, a sign of devotion to the faith and personifying spiritual authority and courage.

Turbans in India

Many men in India wear a turban. The turban is not worn for the sake of fashion, but because it is of great importance in the life of Indians.It is a headpiece that basically consists of a long piece of cloth wrapped around the head. The usual turban length is 5 meters. Each time it is wrapped around the head again.

The

Turban, better known as the pagri, was originally designed to keep your head cool. It was an effective way to escape the scorching sun. To cope with the hot climates, this long piece of fabric was soaked in water overnight and then tied in the morning.Numerous layers of the turban were kept moist throughout the day and thus provided great relief at a temperature of + 45 ° C

The largest state in India, Rajasthan, is rich in a variety of turbans. In Rajasthan, when you travel from one city to another, you can meet men wearing completely different turbans. There are certain areas in this state where the size of the turban indicates a person’s position and status in society. The drapery style of the turban differs from region to region.To people in the Middle East, Central Asia and South Asia, the turban is known as the turban. Modern turbans come in a variety of sizes, colors, and shapes.

The turban is primarily a reflection of the status quo of men. In India, by the shape of the turban and the manner of drapery, one can determine not only the state, but also the village of the owner. This is the art of wrapping a turban. A turban can take up to 20 m of the finest silk or cotton. In addition, it was used as a bag or pocket, which simply were not in ordinary clothes, for small things – money, keys, etc.Among the nobility in India, it was richly decorated with precious stones.

Turban Nihang


The Indian warriors of Nihanga have turbans that weigh up to 30 kg and are large due to their contents. They are traditionally curled from dark blue fabric and decorated with silvery Sikh insignia. Initially, the nihangs put their weapons in a turban, and things that they might need on the hike.

The turban not only covers the head from the scorching heat, keeping the microclimate in folds, but on occasion it can be tied as a shemagh to save it from dust, and in battle the turban, due to its shock-absorbing properties, served as a kind of helmet.

The brave warriors Nihang were most famous in this matter for their turbans of a shade of blue called “electric blue”, which include bracelets, throwing rings, daggers, knives, swords and iron chains. This entire arsenal is tightly twisted by a 450-meter piece of fabric.

It takes the owner up to 2 hours to assemble such a turban. As a result, the head-mounted structure reaches a weight of 30 kg or more (20 fabrics + 10 weapons and accessories).Of course, this is just a ceremonial-day turban, which is now worn mainly for festivals. In the hike, Nihangi use a lighter version.

The wearing of long hair and beards has been the hallmark of Sikhs outwardly for over 300 years. Well, turbans for this caste are not only a mandatory headdress, but also a source of pride. It is not for nothing that the annual traditional Sikh festival for the most original and impressive turban is very popular in India, the winner of which is honored as a national hero.

Sikh Turban

The turban occupies a special place in the Sikh religion. People who join Khalsa Panth (a virtuous social order in Sikhism) are prohibited from cutting their hair. Sikh men wear a turban to style their long hair. It is in the Sikh religion that the turban is known as dastar, which is considered a very respectful word in India and symbolizes honor, self-respect, courage, spirituality and loyalty to duty.

Turban is a Persian word; among the Sikhs of Punjab it is called pagri and is a three-meter strip of fabric. Depending on the region, they wind it up in their own way, but basically as the Sikh wants to – there are no clear rules.
According to the requirements of the Khalsa, Sikhs must wear five articles of faith, five “ K “:
– kesh, long uncut hair, which means spiritual strength. To clean the cache, it was necessary to wear a turban and do this daily after brushing with a comb.
– kangha, a comb in the hair to comb, thus symbolizing discipline.
– kirpan, a ceremonial sword designed to fight injustice.
– kara, a steel bracelet worn on the right wrist as the personification of the connection with the divine (and as a reminder of the prescription to use the right hand for good deeds)
– kach, short pants of a special cut, serving as the personification of sexual abstinence, as well as a willingness to fight for the Sikh faith (since quilted clothing is more appropriate for combat than non-quilted clothing)

Although the turban, or keshki, is not specified as one of the five “k”, it has become the personification of the Sikh identity, as it is worn to protect the kesh and kangha.Wearing the turban is prescribed by a Sikh code of conduct based on the teachings of Guru Gobind Singh (Rahit Maryada). Political and religious affiliation within Sikh communities can be expressed in the color of the turban fabric: adherents of the Akali Dal party operating in the states of Punjab, Haryana and Himchal Pradesh wear blue turbans; supporters of the movement for an independent Sikh state of Khalistan are orange; white turbans – belonging to Namdhari, followers of the reformist Bab Balak Singh (1799-1861).Some sects consider the turban itself as one of the five “k”, is inseparable from the kesh, and demand that not only men, but also women wear it as a sign of their faith.
The Indian warriors of Nihanga have turbans that weigh up to 30 kg and are large due to their contents. They are traditionally curled from dark blue fabric and decorated with silvery Sikh insignia. Initially, the nihangs put their weapons in a turban, and things that they might need on the hike. Now the turbans of the nihangs are mainly of decorative or ritual significance.

Turban in the Muslim community

The turban became widespread in the East among the Muslim peoples. The history of the turban has deep roots. Historical treatises say that clothing, starting from the head, must necessarily correspond to the muruvwa. Muruvwa is a set of rules such as decency, valor, loyalty to the tribe, for this turban, since ancient times, special respect has been given in the Muslim world, especially among the ulema (translated from Arabic as a scholar)

Orientalists claim that there were at least a thousand ways of tying a turban in the world.In modern Arab countries, the shape, color, and manner of wearing a turban are very diverse. It has a different number of folds, a knot in front or behind, the end hangs on the side or on the back, etc.
According to legend, the Prophet Muhammad himself ordered everyone to wear a turban. The Prophet himself, reading his sermons in mosques, put on a turban, and the end of it descended over his shoulders. Today, each of the Muslim countries for a turban has its own color, size, length, etc. For example, in Sudan, the population wears exclusively a white turban. In Iraq, in general, there are seven different ways of tying a turban, which differ from other countries in that they have more folds, the shape is different, and each has its own name: shablauwiya, garuvia.

Whole treatises have been written about how and what kind of turban one should wear. The headdress is described even in the hadith, but already as a distinctive element of the clothes of a statesman. So, in the XIV-XVI centuries, a division of the turban into types appeared: a simple (foot), cut from a soft scarf, became an everyday headdress, and a high turban (dastor) with stones and symbols of power – a sign of those in power, such were worn by muftis and sultans.

The color of the turban is determined by the person’s belonging to some other Kurdish tribe.The black turban is worn by the inhabitants of the south, but the red checkered turban is mainly in the north. In the Iraqi cities of Karbala and Najefe, during Muslim festivals near the mosque, one can observe a variety of headdresses of various colors. In Mauritania, Morocco, in the western part of Algeria, nomads wear an indigo turban. For example, in Egypt and in a number of Muslim countries, pupils of religious schools and clergymen must wear a turban.

However, the turban in the East is widespread not only among Muslims.Yellow hats were worn by Jews, blue – by Christians, black or white – by Muslims, and green ones were worn by the descendants of the Prophet Muhammad. Wearing a turban was considered and is considered honorable. To take off a turban in front of a person means to express your respect for him, to lose a turban is a shame for the whole family.

In the homes of wealthy families there was a special chair on which the owner of the house was lying. Often a turban was sent as a dowry for the bride. According to established customs, a young man could tie a turban only after he had a beard.The turban is tied from right to left after pronouncing the words “in the name of Allah, the all-merciful, merciful. We have heard that there are sixty-six ways of winding a turban, while there must be at least forty turns around the head.

What is a turban?

Turtle (Turk.) A man’s headdress made of a long narrow cloth wrapped around the head. In the past, it was widespread among the peoples of North Africa, Western, South and Central Asia, professing Islam, and others.The turban in India and Pakistan is worn without an additional headdress. In different nations, the turban differs in color, size, size, in the way it is wrapped around the head and in the quality of the fabric. These differences indicate not only the national, but also the social belonging of the owner (for example, the green turban is worn by persons who were considered the descendants of the prophet, or people who have visited Mecca; the white turban is all other Muslims)

Under the founders of the Baghdad Caliphate The black turban became the most common color in the Abbasids.Since then, its size, color and shape have reflected a person’s position in society and his religion. Since the 13th century, Christians have been ordered to wear a blue turban, Jews – yellow, fire-worshipers – red. In the event of an unexpected death of a person, his turban was used as a kind of shroud in which the body was wrapped.

Historians report that in Egypt in the 15th-16th centuries, the sultan wore the largest turban in the country. In it, he flaunted at receptions and other solemn ceremonies in the palace, and, as a rule, he sat, because a lush and weighty headdress interfered with movement.During his outings to the people, the supreme ruler wore another, much lighter turban. Among the emirs and viziers, she was more modest than that of the monarch, but the nobility successfully competed among themselves in the beauty of headdress. Officials, military men, policemen wore simpler turbans, depending on their position. Woe was the vain fashionista, whose head was crowned with a turban that did not correspond to his rank: such an upstart could be beaten with sticks.

Orientalist and linguist, academician N.J.Marr claimed that there were at least a thousand in the world !!! ways of tying a turban. In the modern Arab world, the shape, color, and manner of wearing a turban are also very diverse. It has a different number of folds, a knot in front or back, the end hangs on the side or on the back, etc. All these nuances in one way or another testify to the profession, age and place of residence of the owner of the turban.

In the Middle Ages, the tulip was the favorite flower of the ruling nobility in Turkey and Iran, and it was often worn in the folds of a turban.The Turks call a turban (a word of Persian origin) a turban. The Europeans adopted the name turban “turban” for the name of the flower of the lily family, and so it entered all European languages, including through French – into Russian.

In the countries of the Persian Gulf, the turban is most common in Oman. In Sudan, the entire population prefers the white turban. In addition to the turban-imams in the countries of the Arabian Peninsula, they wear a kashada – this is a type of turban made of thin silk decorated with gold patterns.It is tied over a small fin or Iraqiya hat, usually by middle-aged or elderly people.

There are seven different ways of winding a turban in Iraq, which differ in the number of folds, their shape, each has its own name: garuvia, shablauwia, etc. The color of the turban can determine the belonging of its owner to one or another Kurdish tribe. At the same time, a turban in a red cage is mainly worn in the north, and in a black one – by residents of the south of the country.

A variety of these headdresses can be seen in the sacred Iraqi cities of Najef and Karbala.On the days of Muslim holidays, a colorful and smartly dressed crowd of local residents, pupils of religious schools, pilgrims from various regions of Iraq and other Muslim countries seethes here near the main mosques.

The method of tying and the color of the turban distinguishes visitors from India, Afghanistan and Pakistan, from Africa. For example, among Indian Muslims, the end of the turban falls on the chest. Today, green or black turbans in the Arab world are usually worn by direct descendants of the Prophet Muhammad.

In Egypt and other Arab countries, a turban is an obligatory attribute of pupils of religious educational institutions and clergy.Egyptian fellahs often hide money between the folds of the turban, and therefore when they are going to buy something, they unfold their headdress for a long time and carefully so as not to lose the coins.

Turbans made from fine wool in the Egyptian city of Assyut are famous. In the Arabian Peninsula, this scarf is called guthra. The traditional gutra is usually triangular in shape with sides ranging from 90 to 100 centimeters. Today in the shops of the UAE you can find a whole range of these scarves – at least 20-25 different types.They differ not only in the material and quality of the thread, but also in the pattern and pattern. Some prefer a smooth shawl, others with a wide border around the edges, others insist on a varied, unique pattern of gutra with tassels that hang around the edges.
In Morocco, Mauritania, in the west of Algeria, nomads of a number of tribes wear a turban painted in a bright indigo color.

How the Prophet Tied a Turban

One of the hadiths says that the Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him, while preaching in the mosque, wore a black turban and its end descended on his shoulders.Hadith disagree on the exact length and color of this turban. In some hadith it is mentioned that the length of the prophet’s turban was 7 cubits, that is, approximately 2.5-3 meters. They say that the Prophet Muhammad gave him his beloved turban to his closest companion – his son-in-law and cousin Ali.

Hammad ibn Salama and Jabir related: “On the day of Fatah, the Prophet entered Mecca wearing a black turban.” Also Amr ibn Khurais saw how he wrapped his head with a black turban. ”Ibn Umar said:“ When the Prophet wrapped his head with a turban, he lowered one end of it between his shoulders. ”Al-Kasim ibn Muhammad and Salim did the same.

Arabs also wore a turban in the pre-Islamic era. Prophet Muhammad – peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him – also tied his head with a white turban (white was his favorite color). For this reason, scholars-theologians (ulema) also tied their heads with a turban. In Islam, the turban has taken a firm place. The green turban is the headdress of the Sufi sheikhs in Palestine.

Turbans of Central Asia

In the Middle Ages, the headdress of the Samarkand people was already a turban.The Chinese monk Chan-Chun, having visited Samarkand (1221), reported that there “the common people instead of a hat wrap their heads with a piece of white linen. The same is the headdress of the clergy.”
As a usual headdress for men, the turban was worn by Uzbeks (except for Khorezm) , Tajiks, Baluchis, Arabs and Lyuli gypsies. In particular, it was widespread among the townspeople, although not equally in different regions of Central Asia.

Bukhara could be considered a classic city both in terms of the obligatory wearing of a turban by men, and in terms of the variety of its types and methods of winding it up.The reason for this phenomenon, undoubtedly, is the special position of the capital with its court life, numerous service class and representatives of the feudal aristocracy. In this environment, more favorable conditions were created for the differentiation of the costume and the variety of its forms. There were even specialists in winding up a turban – dastorband.
Fergana presented the opposite picture; in spite of the fact that the turban existed there, the people of Ferghana often wore the same skullcap (as did the Uighurs).
In pre-revolutionary Samarkand, a turban was obligatory.Only very poor people, who no longer care about their dignity, dared to appear on the street without her.

Often, men, mainly old people, even at home in the winter remained in a turban or, taking off their weekend, wrapped a small house turban around their heads, replacing it with a sometimes folded square belt (miyonband). Since fur hats were rarely worn in Samarkand, a turban was for many the only warm headdress.

According to the famous orientalist Dozi, a turban among all Muslims is considered a sign of authority and honor.It had the same meaning in Samarkand. It was tied to a boy for the first time on the day of circumcision, which was performed at the age of 5 to 11, and sometimes even earlier. Tying a turban during circumcision did not have ritual significance: it was part of a complete festive costume. After circumcision, the boy had his own turban. In the future, she was tied to the boy on special occasions: on annual holidays, going on a visit, etc.

However, some devout old people or members of the clergy believed that putting on a turban on a boy during the circumcision ritual meant becoming a part of Islam.The turban, in their opinion, is necessary for performing namaz, in which the boy received the right only when “his hands become clean,” that is, after the circumcision. People of this circle said that the turban is an obligatory part of the costume of every Muslim, because it was worn by Muhammad himself.

The turban was mainly divided into two types, which in Bukhara also differed in name: a large – ceremonial, weekend turban, usually white, was called a dastor (apparently, this was the main Tajik term for a turban) and a small turban (or rather, a long piece of cloth , which could serve as both a turban and a sash) was called a futa.

In Samarkand of the late 19th – early 20th centuries, turbans differed only in the type of fabric, while the winding methods were almost the same. As a common feature of the urban method of winding, in contrast to the kishlak one, one can note the greater density when folding the turban folds, therefore, it turned out to be smaller. In the villages, the turban had a somewhat shapeless appearance.

For the turban, special fabrics were used, in the production of which weavers (sallabof) specialized.In Samarkand, one of the main centers of weaving, it was a large subdivision of the weaving craft, which had a separate aksakal – the foreman of the trading row. Silk turbans, known as peshawar (peshovuri), were most appreciated. They were of two colors – light blue in the smallest box, made of white and blue yarn, and gray in various shades. Less common were dark blue. Along the edge there were smooth stripes on the first white, on the second – black, on the third – blue, five centimeters wide.The ends of the turban were decorated with several transverse stripes. Such silk turbans began to be made in Samarkand in the 70s-80s of the 19th century. The name indicates that the described turbans were borrowed from Peshawar.

They were worn by rich people, bought by their grooms for a wedding suit, which, according to custom, was prepared as a gift by the bride’s family. In everyday life, Samarkand residents wore locally made turbans made of paper handicraft or factory yarn, most often blue and blue, often in a box.The turbans of very young youths, especially those from the kishlak population, were also checkered, but red. Representatives of the old intelligentsia and clergy, as well as people of advanced age, wore white turbans, preferably made of muslin (dock), which local weavers wove from fine factory yarn. The ends were decorated with one or more red stripes. In Bukhara, rich people – officials, the aristocracy and the emir himself – wore turbans of the finest Indian muslin. For their lightness and weightlessness, they were called miskoli (from the Persian-Arabic miskol – “spool”).Boys’ turbans, bought for the day of circumcision, were often made of the finest translucent silk (kalgai) of crimson or yellow color, made in Fergana. In Samarkand, adult men, including grooms, did not wear such a turban.

Kefiya, Shemagh, Gutra, Arafatka

The keffiyeh is mainly worn by Arabs and is most often found on the Bedouins and the inhabitants of the Gulf countries. There are different ways of tying keffiyeh – it is considered traditional for some regions to fasten it on the head with the help of a igal hoop, which is made of camel hair; other regions do not fix the scarf at all, simply tying it around the head.In addition, the colors of the keffiyeh vary from region to region. In Jordan it has a red pattern, in Iraq it is black, in Saudi Arabia and Kuwait it is white.

Headscarf – gutra, usually white. In winter, it is made of dense fabric with wool in its composition and is painted with red ornaments. The scarf is held on the head with the help of needles. This is a kind of thick cord, ascending according to legend to the rope, with which the Bedouin tied camels at night, and kept it on his head during the day, twisting it several times.Modern inhabitants of the UAE often have two black thin cords that hang from an igal to enhance the beauty of a scarf. The ends of the gutra are saved from the cold or sand dust, covering the lower part of the face, and, so as not to interfere, they construct something in the form of a turban on the head, plugging the ends of the gutra under a needle on top of the scarf. A lace skullcap is put under the gutra, in Arabic “gakhfiya”

The traditional headdress of the Arabs is the gutra, or keffiyeh, a cloth cape, the color of which indicates belonging to a particular tribe, and the yigal, a thick cord that fixes the gutra on the head.This garment is not as simple as it might seem. The history of its origin is considered as such – translated from the Arabic yigal means the word “castle”. It was a rope with which its owner hobbled the camel. Setting off on the way, this rope rolled into a ring was hoisted on the head – holding the headdress, and being, if necessary, at hand. It is believed that black coal symbolizes the grief of the Arabs over the loss of Andalusia. This item can also be used for self-defense.In addition, it is quite difficult to find two men wearing the same gutra and yigal.

One of the main visual symbols of Palestine abroad is an article of clothing, namely the headdress of a kufiya (kufiya). Although only the characteristic cellular pattern of this headdress is related exclusively to Palestine, the rest of the keffiyeh is of common Arab origin, nevertheless, the keffiyeh and Palestine have merged in the mass consciousness of the whole world.

The Palestinian version of the keffiyeh is also known as arafatka, i.e.It was never taken off in public by the Palestinian leader Arafat, who seemed to be embarrassed by his bald patches. Moreover, which is not typical for Arab leaders, if they wear a keffiyeh at all, both Arafat and the king of the Arab state of Jordan, neighboring Palestine – Hussein wore a keffiyeh with a European dress (in Arafat’s case, it was a paramilitary jacket, and in Hussein’s case, an ordinary European suit with a jacket and a tie. Hussein is imitated by his heir – the current Jordanian king Abdullah). It is generally customary for Palestinians and Jordanians to sometimes wear a keffiyeh with a European jacket, but at the same time a long Arab traditional shirt can be worn under the jacket up to the toes – galabiya)

Unlike Jordan, Palestine, Iraq, in the Arab monarchies of the Persian Gulf there is less eclecticism – it is not customary to mix the jacket with the national shirt, caftan, and the European style of dress is emphatically not accepted by the rulers and officials, therefore, the keffiyeh on the Arabian Peninsula is worn exclusively with national clothes.

In Saudi Arabia, keffiyeh is called ghutra (in Russian it is spelled as gotra (gutra). Here is how the site saudinf.com, which specializes in Saudi themes, describes ghutra: “ghutra is a square-shaped headscarf made of cotton or silk worn over the tagiyah. The end of the ghutra scarf can be draped over the face for protection in the event of a sandstorm. “And tagiyah (in Russian there is a spelling like takiyya, tagiyya, taqiya, or hafiya)” is a white knitted hat on the top of the head. “Ghutra is attached to the tagiyah cap with a cord called agal (in Russian, the spelling is found yigal, uigal, igal, ukal, ukkal, or agal). Agal is a thick, double black cord worn over the Ghutra to hold it in place
Note that in the UAE, including Dubai, and Yemen, this ghutra headscarf worn over a tagiyah cap is common throughout the region. lace agal.

But there are exceptions – Omanis wear turbans, although many believe that the Omani turban is also a kind of keffiyeh.

So, not only can Arabs wear a keffiyeh at all without the headband we are used to for arafat – ukkala (this is very common in Saudi Arabia, especially among elderly clergy), but sometimes they tie a keffiyeh in general in the manner of a turban. Wearing such a keffiyeh in the manner of a turban is accepted among the government and the population of Oman.

As for the color and pattern of the keffiyeh, it can be just white. Some argue that the characteristic checkered keffi’i pattern in Palestine and Jordan comes from the British, who in the last century added checkered patterns to the keffiyeh of the Bedouin soldiers of their Arab Legion, an Arab military unit led by British colonial officers.Let us note only once again that each country of the Arab world has a different manner of tying a keffiyeh.

The keffiyeh is a rectangular headscarf made of wool, cotton or silk with a pattern of red or black stripes and cells. The keffiyeh takes on a finished form only in combination with the igal.

Yigal is a plait woven of goat hair, which is twisted on the head over the Keffiyeh with two rings and holds it like a fetter.Wearing Yigal distinguishes a man from a woman, so Yigal has become a symbol of masculinity, it is given great importance among peasants and Bedouins.

Those who have lost a close relative and the murderers who did not avenge him refuse to wear Yigal, but if they managed to take revenge on the offenders, they put it on again, since they thereby proved their right to be called a man.

Some scarves are made of transparent white silk, decorated with golden stripes (Agbani).A gold-decorated Yigal is put on such a scarf. Such a headdress is usually worn on holidays. In winter, a headscarf made of sheep or camel wool is usually worn. Cotton scarves, as a rule, are white, decorated with stripes with a geometric pattern (barbed wire), and have short tassels.

Everyday yigal has the appearance of a black rope, made of goat hair, with its two ends hanging down the back as a decoration.

Yigal is also made of camel hair: in this case, it is brown or light, it is thicker than Ukkal from goat hair and is twisted on the head only once, and does not have ends hanging on the back.There is also a Yigal trimmed with gold and silver, it can be light, black or white. Under such an Yigal, an Agbani scarf is worn; it is worn by tribal sheikhs and noble people.

Arafatka

(keffiyeh, shemagh, shemakh, keffiyeh, shemagh, shmagh, kaffiyah, keffiya, kaffiya, kufiya, ghutra, hatta) is a traditional headdress that came from the East (derived from the Arab turban), made, as a rule, of cotton fabric. In the sultry corners of the world, the arafatka provides protection from the sun, as well as protects the face from dust and sand.

The color of the arafat, the pattern, the way of wearing may be different and depends on the region of residence. In Lebanon, for example, they are black and white, in Jordan they are red and white. And the real color of arafatka is white, that is how they were made in Kufa – the city where it originated.

Arafatka – Arab men’s headscarf worn by Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, from whose name the name originated. In Arabic, arafat is shemagh. The question “how did Arafat tie the arafat” is often encountered.So … he did not tie it, but put on over the folded arafatka special rings – rendels, to which the edges of the arafatka were attached, and the free ends were brought out to the right shoulder.

Arafatka is very comfortable and practical. It is woven from cotton or woolen threads. Classic arafat is black and white, but it can be of different colors and can even be embroidered with various ornaments. Arafatka protects both from the sun and from cold, sand, dust, and in general it can hide the face.

Methods of tying arafatka are different. You can tie it like a regular scarf by folding the arafat in half and wrapping the ends by twisting around your head. You can expand it in length, the edge of the long side should be exactly in the middle of your forehead. Further, the ends of the arafatka are twisted counterclockwise and when they turn into bundles, these bundles are wrapped around the head, starting from the forehead. Arafat is tied at the back with pigtails. It turns out that the two remaining ends are simply loosely located behind the back.If it is necessary to protect the face from dust or sand, as well as to become unrecognizable, then these remaining free ends of the arafatka are thrown crosswise in front, from the side of the face and are attached by harnesses on the forehead.

Berber Tagelmust

A unique headdress of the Tuareg people, the only Islamic people in which the faces must be covered by men. Tagelmust is a strip of fabric 0.8×5 meters, hand-dyed in indigo, and passed from father to son.Berber tagelmusts acquire their characteristic shine with a metallic sheen from constant wear and from the fact that they are polished and beaten off with a stone. Since the paint is not fixed on the fabric, the tagelmusts “fade”, from which the faces of the Berbers acquire an incomparable bluish tint – which is why they are called the “blue people” of the Sahara. By the way, the very name of the Berbers is tamazigh (person)

Tuareg women do not cover their face, whereas traditionally the face of a Tuareg man is covered with a scarf from the moment of coming of age.The most famous Tuareg symbol is tagelmust, fox or sheshst in the Berber language, which is a blue veil, sometimes white and blue. Men wear a veil because it is believed that it can protect a man and his family from evil spirits, and also testifies to his maturity. The cover should cover the face, excluding the eyes and the tip of the nose. However, scientists also believe that this form of head covering originated from life in the desert, where the sands are constantly blown away by winds.

The most peculiar turban, among the Tuaregs – a people living in the very center of the Sahara, in the south of Algeria and in neighboring countries. When unfolded, the length of its panel reaches five to six meters. In the local dialect, the turban is called tagelmust. The Sahara people cover not only their head with it, but also their neck and shoulders, leaving narrow slits for the eyes. The turban not only protects the Tuareg from the exhausting sun, dust and fierce sandstorms. She is a symbol of the bravery and courage of the ancestors.Back at the beginning of the twentieth century, the Tuaregs, the free inhabitants of the Saharan expanses, in their terrifying tagelmust, on camels, armed with swords and leather shields, made dashing raids on caravan routes.

According to local belief, this headdress protects “from the evil eye and the evil spirit.” It is indecent for men to appear in public without tagelmust, and only for food is it allowed to lower the foxes to the chin. When a young man turns 18, his family arranges a holiday where the Tuareg are presented with a blue or white scarf – “tagelmust” shash or foxes, which can be up to 40 meters long.From that moment on, he is considered an adult, it is already indecent for him to show himself in public without a fox, and only for food is it allowed to lower the foxes to the chin. In the old days, the unenviable fate awaited the Tuareg who saw the face of being killed by him. If this could not be done, the Tuareg was obliged to commit suicide. Therefore, it is still considered a bad omen to meet Tuareg, for example, in the Tunisian Sahara.

And Tuareg women do not cover their faces.Despite the fact that the Tuareg profess Islam, where polygamy is allowed, a real Tuareg marries only once in a lifetime and the lineage is passed on through the mother. Women are respected in Tuareg society. Girls learn to read and write from an early age, and it is permissible for a man to be illiterate.

We knit a turban hat with knitting needles for women according to the scheme and description

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Turban, like the turban, came into our fashion from the eastern countries, where they were mainly worn by men.But thanks to the fact that famous fashion designers began to use such a headdress as a turban in their shows, women were enthusiastic about this thing too. Such a hat will not only warm you in the cool winter, but will also become an original addition to your look. Our scheme with a description, as well as video materials for self-study, will tell you how to make a turban.

We knit a fashionable women’s turban

To knit this product, we do not need a lot of materials.First of all, you need to buy angora yarn with mohair 150 gr. and straight needles number 3.5. The turban hat is knitted with a convex elastic pattern according to the following pattern:

  • 1 p. – edging, then 1 out. n. and two persons. NS.;
  • 2 p. – knit according to the picture;
  • 3 p. – edging, one out. n., then two loops are tied like this, first the 2nd behind the back wall of the faces. method without removing from the tool, and then tie the first person. way behind the back wall. Repeat these manipulations until the strip is complete.

The turban can be knitted starting from the back. Cast on eighteen buttonholes and knit four centimeters in a raised elastic pattern. Then in each front row, add five links. Continue knitting the headpiece to a height of sixteen centimeters. Further six centimeters should be tied exactly. The next thing to do is to perform the subtractions in the mirror image of the previous decrements in n. In each face. strip five times, two sts. knit inside out.You should now have eighteen buttonholes. Divide the product into two equal halves, and then knit each separately. The turban should be approximately 30 cm high, only then close the tabs.

The assembly is very simple. Cross the front parts of the knit, and sew the shorter parts with a knit stitch. Then sew it to the woman’s turban.

Video: Learning to knit a turban

A voluminous turban for real fashionistas

This model is knitted with knitting needles number 5 from thick mohair yarn.The knitting pattern and technique is very simple, even for beginners. You just have to make a rectangular canvas with a two-by-two elastic band.

Cast on sixty-two buttonholes and knit two faces alternately. n. and two out. loops. The length of the fabric should be 66 cm, then close the knitting, leaving a rather large end of the thread. Subsequently, the turban cap will be sewn with this end. The resulting rectangle should be connected so that it becomes possible to sew the product in width.Keep in mind that it is important not to pull on the elastic as you compose the edges. The stripes should not separate. You should have such a hat with quite voluminous folds. Connect them at the top and sew. On the top of the turban, you can make the stripes stretch. Use a separate string to gather the turban in the center of the front to form a distinctive knot at this point. And one more thing, it is not necessary to knit just such an elastic band, you can use a completely different pattern.This is just a sample to give you an idea of ​​how this hat is made.

Please note that the turban cap is very soft and comfortable. The connected pattern does not distort it at all, but on the contrary makes it more attractive. There is a small nuance that must be observed in this knitting. Before assembling any ready-made turban, first steam the canvas, and only then assemble it into one whole. After that, it will even become easier for you to do it.

Video: We knit stylish and fashionable turbans


Patterns for knitting different turban models

Clothes and jewelry in Ancient Vietnam

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Clothing and jewelry in Ancient Vietnam

Cham Dancer Clothes (Chakyeu Pedestal)

Tyams are darker-skinned than Vieta and Chinese.As seen from the statues and reliefs,
women wore a sarong (a type of wrap-around skirt) except
dancers who wore harem pants, giving more freedom of movement. Various
the patterns on the clothes show that the fabrics were finished with embroidery and trimmings *. Sami
the fabrics for which the tyams were considered masters were very different – probably in
depending on fashion. The men wore a sampot – shorter clothes, tight
gathered around the waist, with a long hem that passed between the legs and
fastened to the belt at the back.Thanks to this field, clothes could be decorated
rich embroidery and costume jewelry. We usually walked barefoot. On the reliefs in sandals
only kings and gods are depicted.

The gods were often depicted with a naked torso, hung with jewelry. Although
the climate in these places is hot, there is no evidence to state that this
people also walked.

A description of the royal robe, made by one Chinese, is amazing:
“The king is dressed in a damask ** dress with golden flowers over black or green
background, which is not fastened with buttons, but tied with ribbons.These
the ribbons are decorated with pearls or gold plates. Under the dress he wears a shirt
extremely thin linen, sometimes embroidered with braids or trimmed with gold
border. If the king gives an audience without much ceremony, he only puts on
her. Putting on a formal dress, he girded with a golden belt with pearls and
decorated with garlands of flowers. He wears red leather sandals decorated with
embroidery. On the neck, on the fingers, on the wrists and on the chest, it has countless
lots of jewels. “

Headdresses, crowns and tiaras have clearly changed with fashions. According to sources
foreigners, men, as a rule, did not remove their hair (while in the north of their
braided), and women wore hairpieces. The gods wore hairpieces of different
size and with a different tilt to the side. Jewelry samples show that
used gold and precious stones.

In the picture you can see how the cham looked like in Ancient Vietnam
dancer’s legs.As you can see, they are covered with patterned fabric. But in our
time all over the world have learned to use tight-fitting clothes not
only for beauty, but also for medicinal purposes.
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Artifacts from Diveet depict people fully clothed (due to
climate). These clothes are more like Chinese ones. In the funeral temple
of the Li Emperors in Bac Ninh province, you can see people dressed in long black
tunics in high caps tapering upward, reminiscent of Moliere’s doctors.

Here is a description of Thanglong made in 1174 by Chinese ambassadors at
Diving Yard: “All the inhabitants of this country tie their hair in a knot at the crown of their heads.
The king holds this knot with a golden hairpin, and his subjects have only
silver or iron. The king dresses in a wide yellow dress, and on top
he has another dress, short and sleeveless, purple. People of the highest
the estates all wear a black dress cut into four halves at the bottom. In their hands
fans of heron feathers, large hats twisted in a spiral on their heads, and on
feet sometimes wear something like leather sandals.Shaped hats
some shells, very skillfully sewn with fine threads of bamboo bark. Women
for an outer dress, green is the most popular; they have these dresses with wide
sleeves and a stand-up collar. The bottom dresses are all black. Tangerines
use the simplest palanquins: just a cloth stretched over two
long poles. Two porters put these poles on their shoulders. ”

Both nobility and common people wore outerwear with a round collar, dark
or white gauze pantaloons with a silk belt.They wore turbans on their heads.

During Chinese rule under the Ming dynasty, the Chinese introduced their own customs.
Men were required to wear long hair, women were required to wear short jackets.
and long skirts. Tattoos, blackening of teeth, and chewing of betel nut were prohibited.

Notes

* Bason – textiles intended for decoration: cords, braid,
brushes, fringes and the like.

** Kamchatka fabric is a material with a woven pattern.

Used materials of the book.: Schweier, A.-V. Ancient Vietnam. M., 2014, p.
277-282.

90,000 Black teeth and plugs in the nose: the most unusual beauty standards

Does the company at the next table seem too extravagant? And you can admire people with long necks, black teeth and plates in their lips! Skyscanner tells about the most unexpected beauty standards adopted around the world – from Brazil to China.

Maori: tattoos on the body and face

Where to see: New Zealand

New Zealand Maori indigenous people have always thought that a warrior is not a warrior if he does not have tattoos on his face and body.All respected people, both men and women, were tattooed when they became adults. Modern Maori still honor the ancient custom of ta-moco and decorate the lips with the chin, and sometimes the entire face. The most daring are “painted” not with an ordinary tattoo machine, but with a traditional albatross bone incisor.

Masai: stretched ears

Where to see: Kenya, Tanzania

Warlike Masai from East Africa stretch their earlobes. Twigs, folded leaves or wooden discs are inserted into the holes, gradually increasing in size.When the lobe hangs down well, it’s time to emphasize the charm with bright beaded earrings. And it’s not just feminine things: Maasai men also take pride in huge holes in their ears.

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Tibetans: golden incisors

Where to see: Tibet Autonomous Region, Qinghai and Sichuan Provinces, China

In Tibet, gold teeth are considered a sign of status and wealth.Especially this fashion took root among the nomads. They place golden crowns on their upper second incisors and flaunt among alpine meadows, furry yaks and snowy mountains. And to make it even more beautiful, Tibetans weave into their hair and wear jewelry made of bright stones around their necks.

Padaunghi: neck rings

Where to see: Myanmar, northern Thailand

Padaung women know a lot about swan necks. Since childhood, they have worn copper spirals, under the weight of which the collarbones fall.As a result, the neck appears thin and long. They take off the jewelry only in order to put on a new one – more authentic. Even if the beautiful Padaung suddenly moves to the capital and stops wearing rings, nothing threatens her: her neck will not break.

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Sikhs: long hair under the turban

Where to see: worldwide, but better in Punjab, India

Followers of Sikhism since the 17th century have a rule: never cut or shave their hair.Men wear turbans, which are removed twice a day to comb and secure with a comb. The beard is also not supposed to be touched, but modern Sikhs sometimes deviate from tradition.

Himba Red Ointment Whole Body

Where to see: Namibia, Angola

Himba women recognize only leather skirts of all clothing. And so that the naked body does not suffer from heat and mosquitoes, it is covered with a red ointment made from milk fat and ocher. The same mixture goes to the hair. Girls are braided two pigtails, which, like horns, hang over their foreheads.Older girls wear dreadlocks with generously brushed tassels at the ends. After the wedding and the birth of a child, erembe is added to the hairstyle – an accessory that can only be called a crown.

Different nations: blackened teeth

Where to see: China, Southeast Asia, Pacific Islands

Have you seen people with a burgundy smile in India and Southeast Asia? They chew betel leaves, which tones up more abruptly than coffee, and at the same time stains their teeth red.But here the vampire grin is a side effect, and some peoples blacken their teeth on purpose. For example, Vietnam is full of elderly women who were painted in their youth, when it was considered the standard of female beauty. The tradition is explained, for example, as follows: white teeth are in predators and other unkind creatures. If a person has black teeth, it means that an evil spirit has not possessed him.

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Papuans: case instead of fig leaf

Where to see: Papua New Guinea

In South America, mate is drunk from the fruit of the gourd.And in New Guinea, the same plant goes to kotecs – penis sheaths. Koteki are worn without clothes and are attached to a rope around the waist. By the shape, length and manner of wearing, locals can see who belongs to which tribe. In the 1970s, the Indonesian government tried to replace “indecent” kotekas with shorts and T-shirts, but the Papuans are adamant.

Apatani: Nose plugs

Where to see: Arunachal Pradesh, India

When an Apatani girl becomes an adult, two extra holes are made in her nose.A runny nose would be a problem, but the holes are covered with black plugs, which she never parted with. They say that other tribes used to attack the Apatani and kidnap their women. Then the leaders introduced a strange accessory into fashion, and at the same time tattoos on the face, so that the beauties became less attractive. Now the Apatani live in peace, and nose plugs are slowly becoming a thing of the past.

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Mursi: plates in the lips

Where to see: Ethiopia

Photo: Richard Mortel, CC BY 2.0

Attach a tea saucer to your face – now you can imagine what a giant disc a Mursi woman wears in her lower lip. The lip is pierced at the age of 15-16. When the wound heals, they begin to stretch it and bring it to impressive sizes in six months. In the end, the “Mursian” gets so used to her adornment that she dances without difficulty with a clay plate in her lip.

India: henna drawings

Where to see : Africa, the Middle East, but the easiest is in India

Take a henna paste, paint an ornament on the skin – now you have a tattoo mehendi , which will live for three weeks.Mehendi is the most respected in India. Covering the arms and legs with patterns is just as important for a bride as choosing a wedding dress. Mehendi for every day are not so intricate, but they are appropriate with any clothes – at least that’s what Indian women think.

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Nuers, dinka and surma: scars

Where to see: Sudan, Ethiopia

If you have scars, it means that you are an adult and respected person.This is how adolescents in Sudan and Ethiopia reason and are eager to go through the painful scarring procedure as quickly as possible. Each nation has its own pattern. Nuers make six parallel stripes on the forehead. Dinka is applied in three strips, converging in a triangle above the nose. The most intricate technique is that of the Surma people. They cut points on the body, which, after healing, become voluminous – a pattern of bump scars is obtained.

Geisha: White Face

Where to see: Japan

If beauty is lacking in life, go to Kyoto and visit any teahouse in the Gion quarter.You will be greeted by a geisha – in a kimono, with hairpins in her hair and with a porcelain face. Geisha used to do their makeup with white lead. Then it turned out that they were terribly harmful, and the Japanese women switched to rice powder. But the canons remained the same: a white face, red lips, red or black accents on the eyes and eyebrows.

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Afar: ground teeth

Where to see: Ethiopia, Djibouti

Afar people graze sheep, goats and camels, live in simple huts and cook food on a fire.But in any conditions, they find time for beauty. If you happen to catch the smile of one of the afar, you will see that their upper teeth are neatly sharpened and look more like animal fangs.

Dooloon: face tattoos

Where to see: Yunnan, China

The Duluns live in a remote corner of China, they have not heard about Confucius, Taoists and Buddhism at all, and about Christianity – only by the edge of their ear. They still believe that everything in nature has a soul, and when a person dies, his soul turns into a multi-colored butterfly.Perhaps that is why Dulun women wear tattoos on their faces that look so much like butterflies.

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Achuars: Feather Hoop and Face Art

Where to see: Ecuador

By Native American standards, the Achuar wear a modest headdress. But among the locals, you can feel safe: unlike many neighboring tribes, the Achuars never hunted for heads.

India Nose Earrings

Where to see: India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka

Girls from India do not need a box for jewelry, but a whole chest. Rings, beads, bracelets on arms and legs – all this is worn daily, matching the color of a bright sari. And in India and neighboring countries, earrings are worn in the nose. For every day – modest carnations or rings. On holidays and weddings, the nose ring, from which there is a chain to the hair or ear, is the size of an orange.

Dasanech: garbage decorations

Where to see: Ethiopia, Kenya, Sudan

Dasanech people build jewelry from bottle caps, broken watch bracelets, old SIM cards and rusty springs. Without noticing it, they create “green” fashion from garbage – just like global brands like Adidas.

Yanomamo: sticks in lips and nose

Where to see: Brazil, Venezuela

Photo: Sam valadi, CC BY 2.0

In the Yanomamo tribe of the Amazonian jungle, no one seeks solitude: the whole village lives under a common canopy shabono . In the same place they create beauty: they draw neat patterns on their faces and insert polished sticks into the nose and around the mouth. And to complete the look, they decorate the ears with flowers, leaves and feathers.

Rendille and samburu: crest and beads at the ready

Where to see: Kenya

Kenyan peoples of Randylle and Samburu do not leave their homes without long beaded necklaces.Their color and size make it easy to tell who is in front of you. Red beads are worn by engaged girls. If a girl has a boyfriend – not necessarily her future husband – he gives her huge and expensive multicolored beads. After the wedding, the woman changes them to new ones and adds earrings. Men, too, do not deny themselves necklaces, and over their hair they wear beaded ribbons with “tufts” of feathers and flowers.

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