Halla Sigga

Grafískur hönnuður FÍT
hallasigga@hallasigga.com
The second part of chapter nine and chapter ten
The second part of chapter nine and chapter ten
The second part of 9th chapter
The second part of 9th chapter
The 10th chapter
The 10th chapter
The 10th chapter
The 10th chapter
The 10th chapter
The 10th chapter
One of the pictures from the tapestry, both the drawing and the same image stitched
One of the pictures from the tapestry, both the drawing and the same image stitched

TAPESTRY

A tapestry is a long and narrow woven
wall hanging, embroidered with special
technique. The stitch that is used on this
tapestry was isolated in Iceland
and is there fore sometimes called
an Icelandic embroidery. In a tapestry
there are usually told stories similar
to the cartoon stories today.

This tapestry tells the story
of Vatnsdaela referring to settlers in
Vatnsdal and Eastern Hunavantssyslu.

Johanna Erla Palmadottir embroidery
teacher and farmer originally got the
idea to the tapestry. And in order for such
a large project to become a reality many
hands have to work together.
The images were drawn by the second
year graphic students in the Academy
of art in the year 2011.

Teacher: Kristin Ragna Gunnarsdóttir.

The tapestry is now being sewn in Vatnsdal.

Here is the part tapestry I drew.
The second part of 9th chapter and all of 10th Chapter.

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