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A scissor keeper designed for students of fumiworks embroidery learning Reticello to rest a little. It’s small, but filled with various techniques. (Designed by Fumie Suzuki)
This is the refinement of the sachet that students of fumiworks embroidery learning Schwalm embroidery creates first. You can use it either as a sachet or a door decoration. (Designed by Fumie Suzuki)
I participated in Global Schwalm Sampler sponsored by Luzine Happel, for whom I have sincere regards. I was so uneasy since I was not sure if I could meet the deadline, but it was exciting to create it. With all my love. (Designed by Fumie Suzuki)
A large shaker box with Schwalm embroidery. I elaborated the stitch until I got satisfied. I reconfirmed that I love Schwalm embroidery. (Designed by Fumie Suzuki)
A Mountmellick embroidery on the shaker box made by Nanahoshi Mokkousha, who always helps me. Many points to be refined, but it’s not that bad, right? (Designed by Fumie Suzuki)
I created this pouch in responding to my student’s request for a pouch with Reticello. The variety of stitch is not large for the sake of efficiency. I like this green. (Designed by Fumie Suzuki)
I made a sampler in the class for students who want to learn drawn work embroidery. I tried to make it beautiful though it is just a sampler… Do you like it? (Designed by Fumie Suzuki)
I realized that there are several works I did not put on this page. I will put them little by little. This is a cushion with Schwalm embroidery. I love Schwalm embroidery. (Designed by Fumie Suzuki)
I think I introduced a Hedebo pincushion in a shaker box the other day. This is the second edition of it. This is a birthday gift for my friend for whom I have trust and regard. The embroidery looks too big and extends outside the box, but I created it while remembering she said she had been using an old pincushion. I hope she uses this. (Designed by Fumie Suzuki)
I created this one in response to the request by my students for a glasses case with initials. The embroidery itself is made to be simple. At the same time, the shape of the glasses case is intended to be modern and distinctive.
A table center with Mountmellick embroidery for Christmas in 2019. Milleshka embroidery is placed on both sides of the green Mountmellick. (Designed by Fumie Suzuki)
I’m making a cushion with fillet embroidery at the center and drawn work surrounding it. I wonder when it will finish. (Designed by Fumie Suzuki)