Digital Pattern

Yuki - i110 Digital

by Margaret Lee

Elegant panel of traditional snow motifs in Japanese goldwork.

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Textile designs have always reflected the delicate sensibilities of the Japanese people to nature and the changing seasons. Snow (yuki) was an important symbol as a heavy fall would herald an abundance of water and a good rice harvest.

This traditional representation of snow first emerged during the Muromachi period (1392-1568), before the true structure of snowflakes was identified, and is worked with silver and gold metal threads on a background of heavy gold silk twill using Japanese goldwork techniques.

About this Digital Pattern File

This product is a digital PDF file for you to save and print at home and, as a digital product, it is non-refundable. It does not include any materials or kit. Included are comprehensive instructions to create the project along with detailed step-by-step illustrations/photographs, a full list of threads and materials required, pattern sheet plus any relevant hints, tips and tricks.

Printing this Digital Pattern

To print the full-size pattern sheet you may need to select "tiling" as the print method. This will print in sections over multiple pages which you then stick together to form the full-size pattern sheet.

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Additional Information

  • Product Type
  • Designer
    Margaret Lee
  • Technique
    Japanese Goldwork
  • Project Type
    Framed Embroidery
  • Publication
  • Issue Number
  • Pattern Pages
  • File Size
  • Finished Project Measures
    14cm x 15cm wide (5 1/2" x 6")

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