Japanese Embroidery


Japanese Embroidery

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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Comment by Laure LP on December 30, 2013 at 4:24

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)

Comment by Carol-Anne on December 29, 2013 at 5:35

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?

Comment by Laure LP on December 29, 2013 at 5:06

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..)

Comment by Jane on November 18, 2013 at 17:36

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.


Comment by merrilyn on October 8, 2013 at 0:30

are we having another JE challenge this year 

Comment by Gill Collett on September 13, 2012 at 14:13

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.

Comment by Allison Bradbury on September 13, 2012 at 8:28

Dear Carol-Ann,

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!

Comment by Anne Ronsyn on July 25, 2012 at 2:20

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


Comment by Carol-Anne on July 24, 2012 at 11:48

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.

Comment by Allison Bradbury on July 24, 2012 at 10:36

Hi, I'm new to Stitchin Fingers and new to Japanese Embroidery so here begins my latest journey.


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