A 92 year old woman from Japan has embroided an astounding collection ofÂ embroidered traditional Japanese temari hand balls. Her Granddaughter, Flickr user NanAkua, has shared images of her Grandma’s works of art to the world. Her grandmother learned the technique in the 60’s, creating a huge collection ofÂ temari hand balls which has grown to 500 pieces. In today’s collection we’ll be sharingÂ 18+ Traditional Japanese Temari Balls Embroided By 92-Year Old Woman.
NanaAkua’s has shared the 500Â Traditional japanese Temari Balls withÂ hyper-detailed patterns, interesting structural compositions and vivid colours. The Japanese craft originated in China and is usually stitched by parents and grandparents as a New Year’s gift starting in the 7th century.