Congratulations! Our fellow member from USA finished the four-panel project, "Happy Family". It is a quite challenging piece and she managed to overcome the hardles one at a time.
We are grateful as she gave us a permission to share this completed embroidery to facebook audience!
Another snapshot of JEC member's finished embroidery with a set of furnitures.
This design has a following story behind it:
What is a happy family? Happy does not mean that there are never have any troubles and that all family members are perfect.
Just as each member of the family has his or her own role, each crane in the design has their own color. In the left panel we find the daughter and young son. The daughter has some of the pink coloring of her mother. The baby next to her has young green in his feathers. On the far right panel, another, perhaps slightly rebellious child stands away from the rest of the family. His feathers show blue. The parents occupy the second panel, the center of the group. The father is white and gold while the mother has silver and pink.
If there is trouble in the family, as long as the father and mother are close to each other, and help and love each other they can work through the hard times together. Their mutual love creates a family, a happy family.
Cette conception est appelé "Cerisiers et des pivoines." Ces fans sont utilisés pour Noh, danse traditionnelle japonaise.
Cette belle broderie est cousue par Nuido instructeur en France.
Elle affiche cette tapisserie à son exposition.
Félicitations à vous!
This design is called "cerisiers et des pivoines"
These fans are used for Noh, Japanese traditional dance.
This beautiful embroidery is stitched by Nuido instructor in France.
She displayed this tapestry at her exhibition.
Nous sommes heureux de présenter cette image en gros plan de l'article précédemment publié cousu par le professeur français Nuido.
Nous espérons sincèrement pour la paix dans le monde. Nous souhaitons à tous la douleur être guéri par l'esprit de la beauté.
Dans Nuido, chaque point apporte l'espoir d'un artiste.
We are pleased to introduce this closeup snapshot of previously posted image stitched by French Nuido teacher.
We sincerely hope for the world peace. May all the pain be healed by the spirit of beauty.
In Nuido, each stitch brings hope of an artist.
Let us keep stitching.
Congratulation for an United Kingdom stitcher for completing the Rising Carp which was taught in the Advanced Class while ago.
The koi carp is thought to be a symbol of luck, prosperity, and good fortune within Japan. The name “koi” itself is Japanese and simply means “carp” in the Japanese language.
The koi signifies perseverance, due to the fish’s tendency to swim upstream, never stop moving, and resist simply “going with the flow.” This symbolism represents how a person can remain strong in the face of adversity, never give up, and develop strength of character, purpose and ultimate success through perseverance.