• The earliest embroidery

    The earliest embroidery

    The earliest hand-embroidered embroidery is two pieces of embroidery unearthed from the Tomb of Changsha in Hunan during the Warring States Period. Look at the needle method, completely embroidered with scorpion strands (ie, lock embroidery) on the silk and Luo, the stitches are neat, the color is elegant, th... read more

    Sep 08, 2018News
  • Cross stitch

    Cross stitch

    The earliest cross stitch was embroidered on the fabric of animal fur with silk extracted from silkworm cocoons, which was later used to decorate clothing and furniture. Cross-stitch is easy to embroider, its appearance is noble, elegant, elegant and unique. It quickly became popular in European courts and be... read more

    Sep 14, 2018News
  • Su embroidery

    Su embroidery

    Su embroidery has a history of more than 2,600 years. It has been quite large in the Song Dynasty. In Suzhou, there are workshops such as embroidered clothes, embroidered flowers, rolling embroidery workshops, and embroidery lines. In the Ming Dynasty, Su embroidery has gradually formed its own unique style w... read more

    Sep 21, 2018News
  • Xiang embroidery

    Xiang embroidery

    The general name for embroidery products centered on Changsha, Hunan. On the basis of Hunan folk embroidery, I drew the embroidery and Developed with the advantages of Yue embroidery. During the Jiaqing period of the Qing Dynasty, many women in Changsha County engaged in embroidery. In the twenty-fourth year ... read more

    Sep 29, 2018News
  • Embroidery


    Qiang embroidery, a special product of Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China National Geographical Indications. Qiang embroidery, also known as "Chongxiu", is the same as Su embroidery, Xiang embroidery and Yue embroidery. It is one of the four famous embroiderys in China. It is a traditional Chinese craft that em... read more

    Oct 13, 2018News