Lemko, large, almost square, female headscarf, tied at the back of the head, with a decorative corner falling on the back. It was put on so that the embroidered corner was visible from under the corset.
In the corner of the scarf, trimmed with silk fringes, there is a machine embroidery made with dark red threads - the edging with double meander motifs. The chain stitch embroidery fills one corner of the scarf: a composition of three stylized lilies - the central one is the axis of symmetry, the side ones are set antithetically, enriched bytwo wavy, protruding leaves, flowers intertwined with a wavy sprout looped several times.
- Item: scarf called „facełyk” or „chustynia”
- Material, technique: white cotton damask, silk white fringe, dark red threads; machine chain embroidery
- Dimensions: 140 cm x 148 cm
- Creation time: the interwar period
- Origin: Krempna
- Owner: The Rural Architecture Museum of Sanok