Chinese Embroidery explained

The 4 schools of Chinese embroidery designated as Intangible Cultural Heritage are Shu Embroidery, Xiang Embroidery, Su Embroidery, and Yue Embroidery.

Chinese Embroidery

Embroidery Highlights From “Silk Legacy” Exhibitions (OzAsia 2014 and L’Aguille en Fete

The embroidery decorations after the renovation of the Juanqin Studio, Forbidden City, China

Luxurious Palace In Forbidden City Is Renovated

Good example of flowers and lattice motifs from the late Qing. The embroidery decorations after the renovation of the Juanqin Studio, Forbidden City, China

Butterflies : L'ART DE L'AIGUILLE

These butterfly forms were inspired by the magnificent embroideries of the Suzhou Embroidery Research Institute, China. The original piece, entitled 'One Hundred Butterflies' was executed in 1989 by Ren Huijuan, Shi Yi and Zhu Huifen of the SERI.

This is a reproduction of an antique embroidery panel, the stitch methods are unique and only several Chinese artists are able to do this

Reproduction of antique embroidery panel - stitch methods are unique, only several Chinese artists are able to do!

Chinese Embroidery Patterns | Traditional Chinese Embroidery Designs 3

These can work out so well with other media too - glass painting, fabric painting, red work embroidery, mixed media work, etc. Coloring page!

Chinese embroidery (or silk painting) - but no pattern. I LOVE this type of hand embroidery ...

A confident and lovely expression of creative hands ~ Chinese hand embroidery

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