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刺繍で桜と蜜蜂。  横浜も週末は満開かな。街が淡いピンクに包まれて、本当に気持ちがいい。  ・

刺繍で桜と蜜蜂。 横浜も週末は満開かな。街が淡いピンクに包まれて、本当に気持ちがいい。 ・

This was inspired by an intricate woodcarving decorating an antique Chinese rosewood table, the monochrome carving on a cinnabar box, and the lyrical feel of fine 18th c. Anglo-Chinese porcelain.

This was inspired by an intricate woodcarving decorating an antique Chinese rosewood table, the monochrome carving on a cinnabar box, and the lyrical feel of fine 18th c. Anglo-Chinese porcelain.

Consulta esta foto de Instagram de @embromania • 2,492 Me gusta

Consulta esta foto de Instagram de @embromania • 2,492 Me gusta

A Crewel Beginning:In response to my obvious apprehension RaeleneV, posted the following step by step guide to producing long and short stitch leaves for Design No. 1. You can only reach the same conclusions that I did: the stitch really should be called Long and Longer Stitch. those instructional line drawings we often see do give you a sense of the technique but worked thread shows far more

A Crewel Beginning:In response to my obvious apprehension RaeleneV, posted the following step by step guide to producing long and short stitch leaves for Design No. 1. You can only reach the same conclusions that I did: the stitch really should be called Long and Longer Stitch. those instructional line drawings we often see do give you a sense of the technique but worked thread shows far more

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