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Flowers Made with the “Basque Stitch”

Sarah's Hand Embroidery Tutorials - Puntada vasca
It's been over two years since we've brought up this type of stitch named after our country.  And it's not the only thing called...

“The Basque with a Cart”, From Errotxapea to the pantheon of...

El "Vasco de la Carretilla". Un héroe popular argentino
This article was translated by John R. Bopp We’ve spoken about the story of Guillermo Isidoro Larregui Ugarte many times.  An extraodinary Basque, he, with his...

More info about the Basque stitch and the Basque knot.  Did...

  This article was translated by John R. Bopp About five years ago, we wrote a blog entry about the Basque stitch and the Basque knot.  We’d...

New York Times: One (two) designer(s) unite(s) the Basque Country

  This article was translated by John R. Bopp Sometimes people wonder why we’re such fans of the New York Times (NYT).  It’s for many reasons, like...

“Le Beret basque” (the beret) and “Espardilles of Mouleon” are both...

Beret Basque "producto regional protegido"
This article was tranlated by Iustrans   The Swiss newspaper 24heures reports on the French Government’s decision to declare le béret basque (the beret) and espardilles...

The sounds of “early Basque music” (video)

Euskel Antiqua. Legacy of the Land of Basque.
This article was tranlated by Iustrans     We met Enrique Solinís Jr. many years after meeting his father, Enrique Solinís. Well, we finally physically met him,...

The “Basque with the Cart”: the Navarrese in espadrilles who’s a...

This article was translated by John R. Bopp We'd like to share with all of you a report we found on the "Basque with the Cart". ...

Embroidery: the Basque stitch and the Basque knot.  Did you know...

  This article was translated by John R. Bopp Today we’re blogging with a mixture of surprise, curiosity, and ignorance.  It turns out that among all the...