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gundgallery:

Temari balls are a form of folk art that originated in China and was introduced to Japan in the 7th century. Traditionally, temari balls were given to children from their parents on New Year’s Day. Inside the ball, the mother would have placed a goodwill wish for her child. 
Flickr user, NanaAkua has photographed these temari balls that her 88 year old grandmother has made. 

These are just amazing. I need to look into how this is done - it boggles my mind.
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stitchingsanity:

gundgallery:

Temari balls are a form of folk art that originated in China and was introduced to Japan in the 7th century. Traditionally, temari balls were given to children from their parents on New Year’s Day. Inside the ball, the mother would have placed a goodwill wish for her child. 
Flickr user, NanaAkua has photographed these temari balls that her 88 year old grandmother has made. 

These are just amazing. I need to look into how this is done - it boggles my mind.
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stitchingsanity:

gundgallery:

Temari balls are a form of folk art that originated in China and was introduced to Japan in the 7th century. Traditionally, temari balls were given to children from their parents on New Year’s Day. Inside the ball, the mother would have placed a goodwill wish for her child. 
Flickr user, NanaAkua has photographed these temari balls that her 88 year old grandmother has made. 

These are just amazing. I need to look into how this is done - it boggles my mind.
Zoom Info
stitchingsanity:

gundgallery:

Temari balls are a form of folk art that originated in China and was introduced to Japan in the 7th century. Traditionally, temari balls were given to children from their parents on New Year’s Day. Inside the ball, the mother would have placed a goodwill wish for her child. 
Flickr user, NanaAkua has photographed these temari balls that her 88 year old grandmother has made. 

These are just amazing. I need to look into how this is done - it boggles my mind.
Zoom Info
stitchingsanity:

gundgallery:

Temari balls are a form of folk art that originated in China and was introduced to Japan in the 7th century. Traditionally, temari balls were given to children from their parents on New Year’s Day. Inside the ball, the mother would have placed a goodwill wish for her child. 
Flickr user, NanaAkua has photographed these temari balls that her 88 year old grandmother has made. 

These are just amazing. I need to look into how this is done - it boggles my mind.
Zoom Info

stitchingsanity:

gundgallery:

Temari balls are a form of folk art that originated in China and was introduced to Japan in the 7th century. Traditionally, temari balls were given to children from their parents on New Year’s Day. Inside the ball, the mother would have placed a goodwill wish for her child. 

Flickr user, NanaAkua has photographed these temari balls that her 88 year old grandmother has made. 

These are just amazing. I need to look into how this is done - it boggles my mind.