Tag Results for: Embroidery  Found: 35 Results

Saran’s Tailor Shop – Introduction Inner Mongolia Posted Jun 1, 2014 by Chinavine

On July 3rd, 2013, the ChinaVine team visited Saran’s tailoring shop in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia. At the shop, Saran and her employees create beautiful handmade embroidery with local and regional fabrics. With expert knowledge of her craft, Saran works with ...

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AAD252: Insole Embroidery Posted Jul 12, 2013 by Chinavine

The embroidered insoles are so amazing and beautiful! It takes time, creativity, and manual technique to finish one single pair. After reading the introduction and the overview, I noticed that such insoles are related to fashion. In the past, people ...

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AAD 252- Insole Embroidery Posted Mar 4, 2013 by hogro

The concept of Insole Embroidery is something that clearly relates to the idea of wearing shoes to display a certain message, instead of for comfort and practicality.  It is not necessary for people to wear embroidered insoles in their shoes, ...

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AAD252- Insole Embroidery Posted Feb 27, 2013 by Chinavine

I think that the fashion of insole designs is very interesting. The shoes that are in the United States do not compare to these. However, the insoles seem to only be used for special occasions like weddings whereas the shoes ...

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AAD 252 Insole Embroidery Posted Nov 19, 2012 by Chadb

Insole Embroidery has a long history in China and can be dated back as long as 2000 years ago. It was a very popular thing to do to serve as a tribute to the royal family or other aristocrats. Women ...

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AAD 252 3b: Insoles Posted Jul 12, 2012 by kpepion

I found the embroidered work of these Chinese artists who created these insoles to be beautiful and amazing pieces of art. I am wondering if the soles of this era are specific to the types of object described in the ...

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Insole Embroidery: Li Ruo Fen 李若芬 – General Insole Designs Quan Bei Village, Shandong Province Posted Jul 9, 2012 by Chinavine

All designs on embroidered insoles come from local Chinese culture and everyday life. These graphic patterns and folkloric designs, hand sewn with needle and thread, communicate deep emotions of yearning for a better life. Each design has a specific meaning. ...

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Insole Embroidery: Li Ruo Fen 李若芬 – Cultural Heritage Quan Bei Village, Shandong Province Posted Jul 9, 2012 by Chinavine

History of Embroidered Insoles Embroidered insoles have a long history in China. The craft originated in the Eastern Han Dynasty (25-220), was popular in the Tang Dynasty (618-907), and became widespread in the Qing Dynasty (1636 or 1644-1911). Because of ...

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AAD 252 Summer12 Week 3b – by Qiyue Wu Posted Jul 8, 2012 by QIYUE

After I read the “Introduction” and “Insole Designs”, I was very surprised about Chinese people’s skills and creativity. Even though I am a native Chinese, I did not realize that my country has such a brilliant artwork. Those insoles are ...

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Insole Embroidery: Li Ruo Fen 李若芬 – Gallery Quan Bei Village, Shandong Province Posted May 29, 2012 by Chinavine

The works of Li Ruo Fen are many and varied and in spite of this each one has a distinctive style that is unique to her. Below are some examples of this style and its beauty:

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