A group dedicated to traditional Japanese embroidery; students, teachers, or anyone who just wants to find out more. Compare notes, ask questions, or post photos.
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Thank you Carol Anne. I have not finished speaking, but I'm almost there. For Phase 4 when I even started in parallel karahana but I have trouble embroider as gold, I find it monotonous. I will repeat after Sensu another phase 4, I do not know which ... (google translate)
Welcome to Stitchin Fingers and to the Japanese Embroidery group, Laurence. Sensu is a beautiful design, I hope you enjoyed stitching it. Which design will you stitch for phase 4?
Hello, my name is Laurence, I am French and live in France. I practice Japanese embroidery for 2 years now ... I finished level 2/3 (the Sensu) to do after level 4. At soon (google translate..)
Hi all and especially Merrilyn, I'm sorry that I've been absent lately. I'm going to try and get back into thing now.
If people are still interested in a JE challenge I'd be happy to come up with something, have got a couple of ideas. I'll start a thread for people to register interest.
are we having another JE challenge this year
Hi I am new to Stitchin Finger and I am currently being taught by Jackie Hall (an excellent teacher) and I am in the finishing stages of Phases 7 & 8. Jackie comes to Cambridge twice a year so I have two Phases on the go so that I can keep stitching in between times.
I am teaching myself JE as I have done with all my other needlework techniques except crewel work. I am doing the RSN Certificate Course and am currently on my first module (crewel work) and enjoying every minute of it< Its a long (2hr) drive to Hampton Court Palace for my tutorial days, but so worth it!
to Kerry: is it maybe a kit by Margareth Lee. I thought of buying one but I wonder if the explanations are very good or not
Hi Alison, welcome to Stitchin Fingers and to the Japanese Embroidery group. Are you learning JE? It is very rewarding. I see in another comment that you are doing the RSN Certificate course.
Hi, I'm new to Stitchin Fingers and new to Japanese Embroidery so here begins my latest journey.
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