Jun 23, 2013


A couple of months ago, I was lucky enough to take a gold work class from Kazumi from the JEC. I wasn't planning on beginning a new piece but the opportunity presented itself to learn a great deal.  One of my current instructors recommended Tekabarune and off we went.

When Tekabarune was originally stitched, it used all of the sizes offered in Japanese Embroidery metals as well as a whole heck of a ton of  techniques. 

Above is a picture as I stitch on the design in back stitch using gold vouching thread. As always, I was running a little late and was able to do everything but the crane. 

During class, we worked mostly on the drum but took instruction for everything else. 

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