How it's made? The hungarian richelieu.

Embroidery could be deemed as some kind of hobby for most people, but it means something completely different at Poszáta. This is art and tradition - a unique part of the hungarian folklore.

How it is all made?

The samples are being drawn on tracing paper, punched with a needle and then placed on a textile. Thereafter a mixture of wax and blue paint (or white paint) is processed into the holes through the paper with a paraffin brush. After the sample is completed, embroidery follows. Every single tablecloth is a unique piece and they are all handmade.  At Poszáta we believe that preserving folk traditions is very important as the Hungarian folklore represents tremendous value.