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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I just join your group, my name is Severine, I just finish my first japanese embroidery : the bouquet from Japan.
Morning all thought I would share with you after spending two weeks at JEC Centre in Atlanta Georgia doing Japanese Beading meeting a lot of new friends, I have attached the link so you can see us all having fun in class, link to some pictures http://www.facebook.com/sue.noble.3363#!/photo.php?fbid=25579958785... then spending 2 days with a great friend and teacher doing Japanese embroidery , stitching my Phase VII Final dress up http://www.japanese-embroidery.co.uk/Phases_6-10.php?pr=Phases_6-10... and looking at loads of goodies from design to fabric. I am home and can't wait to stitch but which do I do first embroidery? or beading? Any ideas?? Sue
Japanese embroidery is "nihon shishu"in Japanese.
Hi all, I finished my challenge piece. I've uploaded some photos.
Hi everyone. Just wanted to let you know that a new Yahoo group for Traditional Japanese Embroidery has been formed. I understand that the moderator for the previous group let it slide for whatever reason and that there was very little activity recently. The new group has four moderators so if one is not available the others should be able to keep things going. Files and photos from the previous group have been moved across. The new group is not sponsored by the Japanese Embroidery Center, we they the JEC in Atlanta and Kurenai Kai in Japan.
Hi Laurence, welcome to the Japanese Embroidery group. Congratulations on finishing Bouquet of Japan, you have stitched it beautifully.
p.s. You did not have to finish Bouquet to join, but I am very glad that you have joined us now :-)
Hello My name is Laurence, I am French, I can finally join your group because I just finished my Japanese embroidery - Phase 1: the bouquet of Japan ...See you soon
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