What makes Berenstein’s textile art so good?
A berenstein textile is a hand woven fabric with woven thread.
The name comes from the German word for a needle and thread, berenstellung, which means “twisting needle.”
Berenstelung is woven with a thread called braid.
The weave is so delicate that only one side of the braid is visible.
This means that the berensten threads can be worn as a hand-held object.
The berensteins weave can be found in the works of Leonardo da Vinci and other Renaissance artists.
Berenstein textile art is also known as textiles of the Italian Renaissance, and was used in a variety of textile crafts including clothing and textiles.