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Kimono Textile Wall Hanging with Floral BlossomsWall scroll hanging, called “Kakejiku” (掛け軸) in Japanese, made of “Furisode” Motif of chrysanthemum, pine, plum blossom, with embroidery of gold strings, which are happy and lucky items in Japanese culture.  http://kimokame.com/shop/

Kimono Textile Wall Hanging with Floral BlossomsWall scroll hanging, called “Kakejiku” (掛け軸) in Japanese, made of “Furisode” Motif of chrysanthemum, pine, plum blossom, with embroidery of gold strings, which are happy and lucky items in Japanese culture. http://kimokame.com/shop/

Motif floral, cannetille https://www.etsy.com/fr/shop/AnnaScottEmbroidery?ref=listing-shop-header-item-count

Motif floral, cannetille https://www.etsy.com/fr/shop/AnnaScottEmbroidery?ref=listing-shop-header-item-count

Orange, silk nagoya obi / オレンジ色地に秋の風情漂う柄をあしらった名古屋帯 #Kimono #Japan http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/aiyama/

Orange, silk nagoya obi / オレンジ色地に秋の風情漂う柄をあしらった名古屋帯 #Kimono #Japan http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/aiyama/

RSN finished piece - Gold work (chip work)

Chip Work-It’s a bit like doing a mosaic; you have to randomly arrange little pieces of cut bright check gold thread in a space. When it’s done in this way – randomly – the finished result looks smooth and all sparkly.

Gold and silk pomegranate (I've been unable to find the original pinner, so if anyone knows where this comes from please let me know.)

Altar Frontal with Superfrontal Ivory White Stunning Embroidery from Hyde Background fabric is Fairford Brocade