Ume (plum) blossom temari

Ume blossom temari

This year me and my husband visited Japan during plum blooming season (March). Today’s temari is inspired by beautiful plum blossoms we’ve seen. It’s a free-form temari, though I used some classical types of stitches too.

Techniques used: uwagake chidori (flowers), spindle stitches (leaf, flower-bud), chain stitch (twigs). Marking: C8

More photos inside!

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