I’ve got a real treat for you in this post – an absolutely stunning piece of traditional Japanese embroidery stitched by Irene Burton.
Here’s a first look at this awesome work in its frame:
The design comes from the Japanese Embroidery Centre and is stitched in the traditional way of silk floss on silk. Irene has been learning this technique from an accredited Japanese embroidery teacher.
We’ve missed Irene at the last few meetings but it turns out she was at home working away on this exquisite bouquet so that it’d be ready for the Guild’s Annual Exhibition in September. If you want to see it in real life you’ll have to come to the Exhibition!
The combination of Irene’s stitchy talent and Stewart Bath’s wonderful photos let the work speak for itself.
What do you think? Doesn’t it just leave you grabbing for superlatives? Do you have a favourite element?
Irene and Stewart a heartfelt thanks for capturing and sharing such beauty!