27.9.08

The new work Temari of this week is Kagome.





送信者 Kagome


送信者 Kagome


送信者 Kagome


送信者 Kagome



A Temari, a basket pattern.

This Temari expresses the meshes-of-a-net pattern of a basket.
Kagome is a basket.

Japanese people have used the basket in various scenes from ancient times.
And various patterns have been made also when knitting it.

This Temari is one of the meshes-of-a-net patterns of that basket.

It is called thing "Me" of the hole of a basket.
"Me" is an eye.

There is a guardian deity called Doumeki.
This writes that it has the eye of 100.
There is not necessarily actually it 100. The meaning called many those is expressed as 100.

It has been believed that many eyes do not allow wrong to come near.

Therefore, the pattern of a basket has been used as a charm.



Size : The diameter of 10cm. 3.9 inches.
Weight of a main part : 110g
Thread of a pattern : Silk, Gold or silver : Synthetic fiber


Since my similar goods had sold well, I made this Temari.

18.9.08

The new work Temari of this week is a butterfly.




送信者 Butterfly


The new work Temari of this week is a butterfly.
As for this Temari, 30 butterflies are stitched.
This Temari is very popular among a male.

Size : The diameter of 10cm. 3.9 inches.
Weight of a main part : 110g
Thread of a pattern : Silk, Gold or silver : Synthetic fiber

10.9.08

The new work Temari of this week is a butterfly.




The new work Temari of this week is a butterfly.

送信者 Butterfly


As for this Temari, 30 butterflies are stitched.
This Temari is very popular among a male.

Size : The diameter of 10cm. 3.9 inches.
Weight of a main part : 110g
Thread of a pattern : Silk, Gold or silver : Synthetic fiber

5.9.08

The Temari of this week are "a pine, a bamboo, and a plum."




The Temari of this week are "a pine, a bamboo, and a plum."


Syou-Thiku-Bai


Syou-Thiku-Bai


Syou-Thiku-Bai


Syou-Thiku-Bai


In [ of 12 pieces ] the pentagon, this Temari designed the pine, the bamboo, and the plum.
In Japan, a pine, a bamboo, and a plum are decorated in the New Year in many cases.
These three plants are called "shyou, thiku, bai", or "mathu, take, ume" in many cases.
Let these three plants collectively be what has good luck.