Talking & listening to threads
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Beautiful sunshine this morning, but now more rain. I hope you are all keeping warm and dry out there. As I've mentioned before exciting plans are afoot in the world of Japanese embroidery. Full details soon, in the meantime a little taster of one of my new designs.
Written on 16th February 2014
New blog post from Nejiribana-spiralling flower designs. It's been a bit quiet here for the last couple of weeks, working on the morning glory piece and on Autumn Moon, both are growing but very very slowly so I don't have any progress to share.
Written on 9th December 2013
My first stitches on this piece (after the outlining) were on the lily. It was all worked in a 2-1T. As the thread supplied by Kusano Sensei has less suga than the JEC thread I'm used to the twist was a little thinner. I thought it would take ages to fill it in.
Written on 19th October 2013
Nejiribana-spiralling flower designs - new blog post - Kusano Lily Episode 2 - stitching with katayori, yes, katayori. Kusano sensei calls this katsura-yori. This one is a 4-1T, it's made in the same way as normal but with 10 suga per thread it turns out a little thinner than normal.
Written on 21st September 2013
New blog post - I would like to dedicate this post to my friends and to Pat Hopper my first tutor on my journey for Japanese embroidery. Very sadly Pat passed away a few weeks ago after a short illness. She would have loved the week we spent with Kusano sensei and all the new things we learned.
Written on 17th August 2013