The embroidered Romanian folk costumes that have been preserved from generation to generation and that we see today, are made by various old sewing and embroidery techniques. The tradition of the Romanian folk costume comes from our Thracian, Getae and Dacian ancestors, and the beauty and aesthetic value of the clothing is given by its antiquity and history. The popular costumes from the Carpathian-Danubian-Pontic space have similarities with those from the wider Balkans, with some differences in embroidery, sewing techniques, colors and motifs used, including various geometric shapes, flowers, animals, etc. Embroidery is the art of sewing with a simple needle and thread, and the popular motifs embroidered on Romanian national costumes are often inspired by forms of everyday life. Hence the ease and pleasure of adults and children to draw them on paper.
Art: We decorate the Romanian folk costume – graphics – The big A group / 5-6 years old