92 Years old Grandmother Share Amazing Embroidered Artwork of Temari Tauheed Ahmad August 13, 2014 Amazing & Incredible, Creative Minds 2058 NanaAkua is Japanese graphic designer & illustrator; she uploaded amazing 468 embroidery pictures in 2009 of her then 88 years old grandmother made in 30 years of time. Her grandmother practices a folk art of Temari also called Hand ball in Japanese, the art which was introduced to Japan by China around seventh century A.D. The history tells us Temari, are highly valued gift, mainly symbolizing deep friendship and loyalty. The vibrant colors of threads normally used which are symbolic wishing the recipient a brilliant and happy life. In past, embroidery work is highly challenging and complicated to understand, and if you’re really interested in trying it out or learning further there’s a great step by step tutorial guide at instructables.com, moreover alternative step by step guide also available at temari.com. You can see here some of wonderful sampling of lovely temari balls. If you are really interested more pictures, then you view at flickr.com. Via Twistedsifter Via Colossal Check Out Entire Collection of NanaAuka at Flickr. Check Out Temari Tricks and Tips How To Make Temari at Instructables Related PostsFour Actions To Acquire The Friendship of Allah TalahBricklayer Transforms Ordinary Stone into Hypnotically Detailed SculpturesBring Your Walls to Life with This Plant Wall TrophyJapanese’s Artists Used 1000s Of Miniature Origami Cranes Turned into Incredible Bonsai TreesExquisite Leaves Embroidery Patterns by Hillary FayleDelicate Vases Designed to Gently Sway When Flower Petals DropThe Spectular Beauty of High Speed Water Drop PhotographyStunning Ocean Stones Meticulously Covered in Intriguing Tiny Dots Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.