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Saeko Endo Japanese Stylish Designs For Cross Stitch - Japanese Craft Book

Author: Saeko ENDO March 2017 Published 96 Pages Includes 78 projects in total, by the author who has been fascinated by Japanese traditional patterns, and puts them into cross stitch designs. Sophisticated designs in this book bear a slight resemblance to Nordic textiles. Offers colour variations and tips to make small items with your projects, too. This book has ACTUAL SIZE OF PATTERN PAGES and Japanese with diagrams and how-to make instructions Same Author: Saeko Endo - Japanese Traditional Design Cross Stitch - Japanese Craft Book https://www.etsy.com/listing/188402992/saeko-endo-japanese-traditional-design ...... ♥Combine Shipping

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Traveller's Blanket On-Line Class

Goodness I have been chilled to the bone these last few days at Chartres and meanwhile fire warnings were out not so far from where my shed is in Australia and places where friends live, so a bit of overnight worrying whether everyone and everything was safe. I am still at Chartres as the Croisements des Arts continues until 25 March when I go to Belgium and teach for three days at Adinkerke, de Panne, just over the French border.I am teaching the Traveller's Blanket/Plaid Nomad for two days and Tifaifai/machine applique one day ( there is still places in the Tifaifai workshop, which always delivers great results and students create their own designs.) If you are interested in joining email me please. ( 26/27/28 March). I have managed to do a lot of stitching on my blue and white piece which has now grown a name- True Blue ( it was called a walk on the wild side as this colour combination is a bit outside of my ken but things change...). As I worked on it I realised that the blue and white combination was very much in tune with my heritage as well as reflecting my love of blue and white ceramics and of course Delft's Blauw . So what to name this blanket was whirling around in my head and I coined true blue which I mentioned somewhere and someone said- but oh yes it also reflects Australia- in that true blue means dinky di or the real thing especially relating to Australianess- so the name reflects both of my worlds, my dutch birth and my adopted country Australia and of course my love of blue and white ceramics. This piece did not begin with a story but it acquired one and as it did I grew to like it much better than I ever expected. I hope to finish it this week, so I can commence another piece to meet this deadline I have made for myself . I sometimes wonder why I do so much stitching. but the texture it creates is a bit mesmerising. I am staying in the old part of Chartres in a little studio apartment called Studio-Adulaire, which is a nice brisk walk to where the exhibition is at the Collegiale Saint Andre. It means I can cook my own food and there is a good market for food in Chartres on Saturdays and everything is within walking distance.I highly recommend it if you intend to spend anytime in Chartres. The owner is very helpful and the studio is well equipped. And then i discovered the Depot-vente in Camphol- a kind of flea market, brocante all rolled into one....so much to see , so many good things, but what to choose? I could not decide and only came away with a book and a bunch of fish knives ( silver with marks for 2 euros) as they are great for mixing textile pigment with base extender- hmmm maybe these are too good for that! An archway near the cathedral- with gnarled some kind of vine- I wonder how old that vine is? One of the buildings I walk past everyday has these wonderful wooden pillars embedded in the wall. the motifs look medieval so again I wonder how old this is? The details has been weathered but even so they are still gorgeous. Traveller's Blanket On-line Class- I am still taking enrollments for the on-line class which is designed to help you record memories in textile and create a rich memory laden cloth that you will never want to part with! Just email me if you are interested. Course consists of the delivery of 4 pdf lessons, a private facebook group to discuss our developing stories/ blankets- and your very own memory cloth/blanket. It is amazing how these pieces acquire meaning as you work. There is a lot of time to invest in the process so a lot of time for contemplation , and it shows in every piece that has been made, I taught a one day workshop for the Traveller's Blanket at Gallery Cardamome last Friday. Of course one day is not enough time to make anything big. So we made a sample piece with one motif to try out different stitches and then a start was made on a larger piece which was a square of about 40 cm.

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Korean embroidery casts spell on Han Sang-soo

It seemed befitting that an educational center for traditional arts and crafts be situated next to Seolleung, a king's tomb. The tomb houses the remains of the Joseon Kingdom's 9th ruler, King Seongjong, and his second wife Jeonghyeonwanghu. Han Sang-soo, traditional Korean embroiderer was there Tuesday as a teacher overseeing students enrolled in an eight-week program. But Han, 81, is the country's Important Intangible Cultural Property in Korean embroidery, known for her singular match of colors and almost modern sewing that makes her work seem alive. "That's because we use a lot of inner stitching to portray the highs and lows," she explained in an interview at the center in Samseong-dong, southern Seoul. Han said she wants to keep the interview short as she wants to concentrate on her future plans. But once she starts talking, her passion and energy were evident; even as she sped through her 60 plus years as an embroiderer, the interview lasted for nearly two hours. What caught the eyes as she spoke were her pretty and long-nailed fingers, and her hands that were surprisingly soft. "Needlework doesn't ruin your hands," said Han. "These nails are to help me arrange a line or a fold when I sew," said Han.

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Spotlight: Carol Ziogas, Textile & Sashiko Artist

Meet Carol Ziogas, Textile Collector and Sashiko Artist! We had the pleasure to interview her and learn more about what inspires her - everything!

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