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  • Subject (Images): Embroidery
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    • "Dab Tsho" - Back Collars

    • 1981
    • Catawba County Library; Historical Association of Catawba County
    • These colorful swatches of embroidery are sewn onto the back of the traditional Hmong shirt as a collar. These collars show the role that Hmong women and girls have in sewing and cross-stitch work.
    • "Dab Tsho" - Back Collars

    • 1981
    • Catawba County Library; Historical Association of Catawba County
    • These colorful swatches of embroidery are sewn onto the back of the traditional Hmong shirt as a collar. These collars show the role that Hmong women and girls have in sewing and cross-stitch work.
    • "Dab Tsho" - Back Collars

    • 1981
    • Catawba County Library; Historical Association of Catawba County
    • These colorful swatches of embroidery are sewn onto the back of the traditional Hmong shirt as a collar. These collars show the role that Hmong women and girls have in sewing and cross-stitch work.
    • "Dab Tsho" - Back Collars

    • 1981
    • Catawba County Library; Historical Association of Catawba County
    • These colorful swatches of embroidery are sewn onto the back of the traditional Hmong shirt as a collar. These collars show the role that Hmong women and girls have in sewing and cross-stitch work.
    • "Dab Tsho" - Back Collars

    • 1981
    • Catawba County Library; Historical Association of Catawba County
    • These colorful swatches of embroidery are sewn onto the back of the traditional Hmong shirt as a collar. These collars show the role that Hmong women and girls have in sewing and cross-stitch work.
    • "Dab Tsho" - Back Collars

    • 1981
    • Catawba County Library; Historical Association of Catawba County
    • These colorful swatches of embroidery are sewn onto the back of the traditional Hmong shirt as a collar. These collars show the role that Hmong women and girls have in sewing and cross-stitch work.
    • "Dab Tsho" - Back Collars

    • 1981
    • Catawba County Library; Historical Association of Catawba County
    • These colorful swatches of embroidery are sewn onto the back of the traditional Hmong shirt as a collar. These collars show the role that Hmong women and girls have in sewing and cross-stitch work.
    • "Dab Tsho" - Back Collars

    • 1981
    • Catawba County Library; Historical Association of Catawba County
    • These colorful swatches of embroidery are sewn onto the back of the traditional Hmong shirt as a collar. These collars show the role that Hmong women and girls have in sewing and cross-stitch work.
    • Handstitched Waist Belt

    • 1981
    • Catawba County Library; Historical Association of Catawba County
    • Colorful handstitched waist belts worn with traditional Hmong clothing. Kay Ying Lo and her sister made these belts. It is tradition for every Hmong girl to have one and to be able to at least cross-stitch. Making these belts are a testament to...
    • Handstitched Waist Belt

    • 1981
    • Catawba County Library; Historical Association of Catawba County
    • Colorful handstitched waist belts worn with traditional Hmong clothing. Kay Ying Lo and her sister made these belts. It is tradition for every Hmong girl to have one and to be able to at least cross-stitch. Making these belts are a testament to...
    • Handstitched Waist Belt

    • 1981
    • Catawba County Library; Historical Association of Catawba County
    • Colorful handstitched waist belts worn with traditional Hmong clothing. Kay Ying Lo and her sister made these belts. It is tradition for every Hmong girl to have one and to be able to at least cross-stitch. Making these belts are a testament to...
    • "Dab Tsho" - Back Collars

    • 1981
    • Catawba County Library; Historical Association of Catawba County
    • These colorful swatches of embroidery are sewn onto the back of the traditional Hmong shirt as a collar. These collars show the role that Hmong women and girls have in sewing and cross-stitch work.
    • Handstitched Waist Belt

    • 1981
    • Catawba County Library; Historical Association of Catawba County
    • Colorful handstitched waist belts worn with traditional Hmong clothing. Kay Ying Lo and her sister made these belts. It is tradition for every Hmong girl to have one and to be able to at least cross-stitch. Making these belts are a testament to...
    • Camacrafts Catalog

    • 1984
    • Catawba County Library; Historical Association of Catawba County
    • Blue catalog contributed by Chia Yang. Titled: Camacrafts- Handcrafts from Northeast Thailand. When Chia moved to the Thailand refugee camp she worked for Cama Services. This was a catalog of different designs that were available to be made.
    • Circular Cloth

    • 1987
    • Catawba County Library; Historical Association of Catawba County
    • Black and red circular cloth with red and white heart shaped designs. This was purchased from the Camacraft Cloth Company and is a Hmong refugee handcraft.
    • Heart Cloth with Swirls

    • 1988
    • Catawba County Library; Historical Association of Catawba County
    • The pattern on this cloth is called "Swirly Heart". This decorative cloth was something Chia Yang's grandmother made to be sold while in the refugee camps.
    • Camacrafts Catalog Second Edition

    • 1989
    • Catawba County Library; Historical Association of Catawba County
    • Blue catalog contributed by Chia Yang. Titled: Camacrafts- Handcrafts from Northeast Thailand. When Chia moved to the Thailand refugee camp she worked for Cama Services. This was a catalog of different designs that were available to be made.
    • Decorative Pillow

    • 1989
    • Catawba County Library; Historical Association of Catawba County
    • Colorful pillow with circular motifs. This was made for decoration.
    • Pocket Strap 2

    • 1990
    • Catawba County Library; Historical Association of Catawba County
    • Contributed by Houa Yang. This is a colorful pocket strap decorated with embroidery, beads, and coins. It is worn as part of the traditional Hmong dress as a pair, with one pocket strap on one side of the body and a matching pocket strap on the...
    • Waistbelt with Coins

    • 1990
    • Catawba County Library; Historical Association of Catawba County
    • Contributed by Houa Yang. This is a colorful waistbelt, consisting of 7 triangles and decorated with embroidery, beads, and silver coins. This was made by Houa Yang's mother, Mai Her, and given to her as part of dowry.

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