Yuki - i110 Kit

by Margaret Lee

Elegant panel of traditional snow motifs in Japanese goldwork.


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.


All our kits include premium quality materials with everything sourced, inspected and cut to measure to enable your project to be as beautiful as the original featured in the magazine or book.

'Yuki - i110 Kit' includes the following contents:

  • Fabric (pre-printed)
  • Embroidery threads
  • Needles

Instructions Purchased Separately

The instructions for this product are available within 'Inspirations Issue 110' and are not included with this product.

Purchase 'Inspirations Issue 110' →

Additional Information

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

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