Japanese Embroidery - Yuki (Snow Flower)
Yuki (Snow Flower)
* These workshops will be conducted by Margaret Lee via an On-Line Link
Japanese designs on textile have traditionally and culturally reflected the delicate senses of the Japanese people to nature and the changing seasons. Snow was an important symbol as a heavy snowfall portends a springtime of an abundance of water from melted snow, which in turn indicates a good rice harvest. This project features snow in the popular Yukiwa (Snow circle) pattern. This pattern was drawn to represent snowflakes before their true images were discovered. The inclusion of other pattern depictions of snow completes the design.
Preparatory Session (venue to be confirmed)
Tuesday 30th May 11am -12.30pm
Lunch break 12.30pm -1pm
General discussion 2.30pm -3.30pm This is an opportunity for participants from all groups to ask any questions. Time indicated is estimate. Session ends when all questions are answered.all groups.
Workshop dates and times:
Thursday 1st June 10am - 4pm
Saturday 3rd June 9am - 4pm
Sunday 4th June 9am - 4pm
Registrations open 16th December 2022
Tutor: Margaret Lee
Skill Level: All levels
What to bring:
See attached file for full description of workshop, and items provided in the kit.
Kit Cost: TBC
Registrations will open on at 9:00am & close at 11:00pm.
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565 Canning Highway
Alfred Cove WA
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