Small traditional japanese embroidery by Naoko Asaga

$13.10

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Description

Traditional Japanese embroidery uses silk, gold or silver threads called kamon thread on silk.
The beauty created from this silky luster and delicacy is exceptional,
Depending on the direction of the eyes, the direction of the light and the viewing angle
It is also unique to silk thread that the color and gloss of the thread look different.

Although it is a difficult-looking impression of Japanese embroidery, this book proposes a very cute design that can be made with a few typical techniques.

You can enjoy various motifs such as plants such as flowers and flowers, animals such as cats and goldfish, vessels such as chopsticks and fans, patterns and crests.

Paperback: 128 pages
Publisher: Kawade shobo Publishing (2015)
Language : Japanese

Contents

● Publication plan
Cherry blossoms, Cherry blossoms, Morning glory, Chinese bellflower, Gyoza, Butterfly, Rose, Ginkgo, Yae plum, Yae back plum,
Mount Fuji, dumpling, sweet potato, chestnut, small chrysanthemum, Katagiri, sweet potato, cat, sweet potato, willow,
Closing letter, rattan, paper crane, fan, rattan, hemp leaf, pine, ginseng chrysanthemum, narcissus, southern sky,
Autumn leaves, blue leaves, persimmons, peaches, peony, goldfish, moss, turfgrass, arrow feathers,
Marunouchi Three Stones, Narrow Wheel Two Stones, Three Paths Matsuba No Maru, Imori, Spider’s Nest
Eye height, running water, moth, lotus, feather moth, feather, moth, cherry blossoms

Lespedeza >> Gamaguchi (with a fan)
Butterfly, stone, drum, moth >> Brooch
Nine Plates >> Gamaguchi
Jusan Chiku >> Furoshiki
Pine >> Hair ornament
Suzuran, Nozomi-zushi, Ginkgo >> Belt closure

Author

Naoko Asaga

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While she was in the fashion school, she was making garments at the theater.
After that, she learned Japanese embroidery when she worked at a kimono shop.
She has been working as an embroidery artist since 2012, using Japanese embroidery and French embroidery techniques.

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Additional information

Weight 300 g
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