Temari by Marcia Nehemiah ~ Temari or “embroidering the surface of a ball.”, is an ancient artform originating in China (8th century) & adopted by the Japanese (13th century). At first only the female servants of ladies in the Samuri class made temari, embroidering designs with silk thread on balled-up scraps of silk from old kimonos. By the 19th century, the craft spread & women made temari as toys for their daughters. In Japan, temari were used as charms & the designs had symbolic meaning.
Me encanta coser y sobre todo compartir lo que hago con otras personas que, aunque vivan en lugares muy distantes, tengan esta pasión.
Sundew, Drosophylla Carnivorous plants.
Lattice Baby Quilt Tutorial
Felt Whale Corner Bookmark
Bird bookmark - Make using craft paper. These would be awesome made from thin metal.
Quick and easy video tutorial on how to fold napkins into a pinwheel shape. This trick works with cloth napkins or paper napkins. Such a fun touch for a summer party or a carnival theme event.