Sunday, 3 August 2014

Update and News

It's been a long time since I updated this blog.  Those of you who read the other blogs will know there have been lots of developments going on.  This post is to give you a quick update & to let you know where to find things in the future.

Japanese Embroidery UK is pleased to announce the creation of a new modular learning system for the beautiful art of traditional Japanese embroidery.
The modular curriculum is a way of bringing the techniques of this embroidery to students in a more accessible and cost-effective way.  This new curriculum has been devised by our traditionally trained tutors, using traditional techniques and high quality materials.
The modular curriculum being offered by JEUK covers all the widely used traditional techniques and some less well known, with each module increasing your skills and knowledge.  Unlike the very traditional way of learning, copying and reproducing with no input, our new modules aim to stretch the students’ way of thinking from the first.  In this way we aim to not only produce technically excellent embroiderers but those who can take Japanese embroidery into the future.
Full information is now available on the new Japanese Embroidery Academy (JEA) website, we look forward to welcoming you to our classes.
If you have any queries or would like more information, please visit the new website at
One of the modules designs from JEA

This Japanese embroidery blog will be closed down in the next couple of months and will be replaced with a blog from The Fuzzy Effect - TFE is a new website set up by a group of Japapnese embroidery and beading tutors.  It brings together a number of our other websites.  There is a shop, a blog, picture galleries, and (coming soon) details of events and classes.

 Fabric Pack available from TFE
 Fabric section available from TFE
If you have any questions please contact us through TFE or JEA. 

Monday, 23 December 2013

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year

Have a very merry and happy Christmas
and a Happy New Year
See you in 2014