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The basics of embroidery - even first-timers can do it well embroidery stitch - Japanese Craft Book

¥1,900

Release date: ‎ 2018/3/13
Language ‏ : ‎ Japanese
Book: ‎ 192 pages

 

 

★★The most detailed and easy to understand! ★★An embroidery textbook for beginners.
In Mr. Kawabata's classroom, he talks about the concerns he often hears and what he thinks should be done while actually teaching.
We have included a wealth of tips that even beginners can easily incorporate into the process and finish without making mistakes.
We will not only explain how to embroider each stitch, but also show you how to achieve a beautiful finish when making a work, comparing it with examples of failures.

【table of contents】
Chapter 1: Basics of embroidery
Chapter 2: Basic stitches
Chapter 3: Cute designs 580
Chapter4: Embroidery accessories
Chapter 5: Various embroideries

Anna Kawabata
Supervised the basics of embroidery and COLUMN in Chapters 1 and 2, and was in charge of the design and production of pages 42-49 and 122-125.
After working as a kindergarten teacher, she started working as an embroidery artist under the label Annas in 2006. She runs the embroidery class "Atelier Anna and Lapin." She also creates embroidery art for novel covers, illustrations, confectionery packages, advertisements, etc.

Design/Production (in alphabetical order)
Abemari/P180-181
She has been familiar with embroidery since she was a child, and after graduating from university, she received a qualification as a European embroidery instructor. She is holding an embroidery class at NHK Culture where you can learn embroidery techniques in a fun way.

Hiroko Ishii/P118-121
In 2002, she started ``CAHIER'', a creative activity that creates embroidery works including miscellaneous goods. She also teaches embroidery classes and designs embroidery kits.

Chigusa Inoue/P186-189
She has been running the embroidery and cartonnage atelier "Atelier Claire" since 2008. While teaching at her atelier in Jiyugaoka, she also works as a culture instructor at various locations in Tokyo.

Eri Osuga (AIUTO!)/P78-81, 98-101, 110-113, 154-156
While working as an embroidery artist, she sells colorful handmade accessories with motifs of people and animals.

Kanaecco/P62-65, 70-73, 157-159
As an embroidery artist, she provides designs for magazines and books, as well as selling hand-embroidered accessories.

Eri Kitamura (coL)/P106-109, 160-163
After working at an apparel company, she began her career as a writer. In her works, she uses motifs that she finds interesting in her daily life, and she also creates embroidered accessories and miscellaneous goods.

Mieko Sasaki/P74-77, 82-85, 164-166
While working as an embroidery artist and illustrator, she also creates children's clothing and bags, and since 2004 she has been running an online fabric shop called ``Fabric Shop Hanahaka''. She also creates patterns and designs.

Yuko Sonobe (Martinachacco)/P90-93, 126-129, P144-145
She has been fond of painting since childhood, and after getting married she decided to become an embroidery artist. She specializes in animal motif designs and accessories.

Hisae Hayakawa (pulpy.)/P94-97, 114-117, P148-151
After graduating from fashion high school and fashion vocational school, she worked as a salesperson at an apparel shop and sold accessories that she made herself. She started her career as a writer in 2014.

Chie Hiraizumi/P172-175
After working as a company employee, she began her career as a writer in 2003. She also publishes her works in magazines and books and designs kits. She also sells original cross stitch charts on her website.

Madoka Maeda (madoka)/P86-89, P146-147
As an embroidery artist, she writes magazines, books, runs an embroidery school called ``Green Gables,'' and is also active as a sports nutrition specialist for the Athletic Conditioning Coaches Association.

PieniSieni/P54-57
She presents works full of originality with her unique use of colors and delicate finishes. She uses colorful colors to create three-dimensional flowers and insects using beads and embroidery on sheet felt.

Macabealis/P50-53, 58-61, 66-69, 142-143, 152-153
She is currently contributing her work to handicraft magazines, participating in solo exhibitions and special exhibitions, and selling on consignment at her shop. She specializes in delicate works of flowers and landscapes, and holds workshops all over the place.

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Japanese Craft Bookstore

The basics of embroidery - even first-timers can do it well embroidery stitch - Japanese Craft Book

¥1,900

Release date: ‎ 2018/3/13
Language ‏ : ‎ Japanese
Book: ‎ 192 pages

 

 

★★The most detailed and easy to understand! ★★An embroidery textbook for beginners.
In Mr. Kawabata's classroom, he talks about the concerns he often hears and what he thinks should be done while actually teaching.
We have included a wealth of tips that even beginners can easily incorporate into the process and finish without making mistakes.
We will not only explain how to embroider each stitch, but also show you how to achieve a beautiful finish when making a work, comparing it with examples of failures.

【table of contents】
Chapter 1: Basics of embroidery
Chapter 2: Basic stitches
Chapter 3: Cute designs 580
Chapter4: Embroidery accessories
Chapter 5: Various embroideries

Anna Kawabata
Supervised the basics of embroidery and COLUMN in Chapters 1 and 2, and was in charge of the design and production of pages 42-49 and 122-125.
After working as a kindergarten teacher, she started working as an embroidery artist under the label Annas in 2006. She runs the embroidery class "Atelier Anna and Lapin." She also creates embroidery art for novel covers, illustrations, confectionery packages, advertisements, etc.

Design/Production (in alphabetical order)
Abemari/P180-181
She has been familiar with embroidery since she was a child, and after graduating from university, she received a qualification as a European embroidery instructor. She is holding an embroidery class at NHK Culture where you can learn embroidery techniques in a fun way.

Hiroko Ishii/P118-121
In 2002, she started ``CAHIER'', a creative activity that creates embroidery works including miscellaneous goods. She also teaches embroidery classes and designs embroidery kits.

Chigusa Inoue/P186-189
She has been running the embroidery and cartonnage atelier "Atelier Claire" since 2008. While teaching at her atelier in Jiyugaoka, she also works as a culture instructor at various locations in Tokyo.

Eri Osuga (AIUTO!)/P78-81, 98-101, 110-113, 154-156
While working as an embroidery artist, she sells colorful handmade accessories with motifs of people and animals.

Kanaecco/P62-65, 70-73, 157-159
As an embroidery artist, she provides designs for magazines and books, as well as selling hand-embroidered accessories.

Eri Kitamura (coL)/P106-109, 160-163
After working at an apparel company, she began her career as a writer. In her works, she uses motifs that she finds interesting in her daily life, and she also creates embroidered accessories and miscellaneous goods.

Mieko Sasaki/P74-77, 82-85, 164-166
While working as an embroidery artist and illustrator, she also creates children's clothing and bags, and since 2004 she has been running an online fabric shop called ``Fabric Shop Hanahaka''. She also creates patterns and designs.

Yuko Sonobe (Martinachacco)/P90-93, 126-129, P144-145
She has been fond of painting since childhood, and after getting married she decided to become an embroidery artist. She specializes in animal motif designs and accessories.

Hisae Hayakawa (pulpy.)/P94-97, 114-117, P148-151
After graduating from fashion high school and fashion vocational school, she worked as a salesperson at an apparel shop and sold accessories that she made herself. She started her career as a writer in 2014.

Chie Hiraizumi/P172-175
After working as a company employee, she began her career as a writer in 2003. She also publishes her works in magazines and books and designs kits. She also sells original cross stitch charts on her website.

Madoka Maeda (madoka)/P86-89, P146-147
As an embroidery artist, she writes magazines, books, runs an embroidery school called ``Green Gables,'' and is also active as a sports nutrition specialist for the Athletic Conditioning Coaches Association.

PieniSieni/P54-57
She presents works full of originality with her unique use of colors and delicate finishes. She uses colorful colors to create three-dimensional flowers and insects using beads and embroidery on sheet felt.

Macabealis/P50-53, 58-61, 66-69, 142-143, 152-153
She is currently contributing her work to handicraft magazines, participating in solo exhibitions and special exhibitions, and selling on consignment at her shop. She specializes in delicate works of flowers and landscapes, and holds workshops all over the place.

Shipping information:
The shipping cost depends on the weight of the items. It will automatically calculate when you add it to the shopping cart. (Chat with us for more details)

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