Panel with Crane and Irises, Meiji period (1868-1911), silk and gold-wrapped thread embroidery (satin with couching, running and seed stitches) on damask ground, artist unknown, Japanese Spencer Museum of Art Photo
handmade card: lady in red by rokale ... colors used to match the beautiful Japanese print on the background paper ... geisha with parasol ....
Trouver la beauté du Japon à 081027 motif géométrique SaRa Ra magasin général Quoi de neuf ... et gant de toilette de mouchoir "cercle épais" soft gaze
Newspaper wreath idea!
Japanese Basketry KNots. Gloucestershire Resource Centre http://www.grcltd.org/home-resource-centre/
How to tie a Japanese success knot
Rock/stick wrapping and braiding with cane 1 - YouTube
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This Japanese wrapping technique using cloth is called furoshiki.
This design is so simple, yet it has an air of elegance about it. I love the contrast the berry leaf has against the white of the background. It definitely makes your eye focus on the berry branch and it makes you curious as to what the package might be containing.