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DIY Flower Pattern Printed Embroidery Kit

DIY Flower Pattern Printed Embroidery Kit

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Introducing the DIY Flower Pattern Printed Embroidery Kit – the perfect craft kit for any crafter or stitcher. With 100% brand new and high quality materials, this embroidery starter kit is sure to help you create beautiful works of art. The kit includes a cotton canvas cloth in white color, along with flower and plant patterns that are printed on the cloth, ready for you to get started!

With just one package, you’ll get all that’s needed to start your project right away – an embroidery hoop, needles and threads so you can start stitching away. This fun set is sure to bring out the creative side in anyone who purchases it - embark on your embroidery journey today!

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The History of Embroidery in Chinese Culture

Embroidery has a rich history in Chinese culture and has been practiced for thousands of years. The art form has been passed down from generation to generation and has been used to create stunning works of art that are still admired today.

Embroidery in China can be traced back to the Shang Dynasty (1600-1046 BC), where silk embroidery was used to decorate clothing and ceremonial objects. During the Han Dynasty (206 BC-220 AD), embroidery became more refined and was used to create intricate designs on clothing worn by the royal family.

During the Tang Dynasty (618-907 AD), embroidery reached its peak and was considered a high art form. The Tang Dynasty was known for its elaborate embroidery designs and techniques, such as the "gold and silver thread embroidery" which used metallic threads to create stunning patterns.

Throughout history, embroidery was not only a means of decoration but also a symbol of social status. Only the wealthy and elite could afford the intricately embroidered garments and tapestries that were crafted by skilled artisans.

In addition to clothing, embroidery was also used to create decorative items such as fans, lanterns, and screens. These pieces were often given as gifts to show appreciation and respect.

Today, Chinese embroidery is still practiced and celebrated. The techniques and designs have evolved over time, but the beauty and skill of the art form remain. Chinese embroidery is now recognized as a national intangible cultural heritage and is cherished by people all over the world.

Types of Embroidery in Chinese Culture

There are many different types of embroidery in Chinese culture, each with its own unique style and technique. Here are a few of the most well-known types:

  1. Suzhou embroidery: This is one of the most famous types of Chinese embroidery, originating in the city of Suzhou. It is known for its delicate and intricate designs, often featuring natural scenes and landscapes.
  2. Hunan embroidery: This type of embroidery comes from the Hunan province and is characterized by its bold and colorful designs. Hunan embroidery often features animals, flowers, and mythical creatures.
  3. Shu embroidery: Shu embroidery comes from the Sichuan province and is known for its use of silk threads and intricate patterns. It is often used to decorate clothing and accessories.
  4. Gu embroidery: This type of embroidery is known for its use of gold and silver threads, which create a luxurious and elegant effect. It is often used to create tapestries and decorative items.
  5. Miao embroidery: Miao embroidery comes from the Miao ethnic group in China and is known for its bright colors and bold designs. It often features geometric shapes and patterns.