Embroidery Inspired By Nature

Embroidery by Yumiko Higuchi

My jaw lit­er­ally hit the floor when I came across this col­lec­tion of embroi­dery on the Mis­ako Mimoko blog. These artists are lit­er­ally recre­at­ing nature, one stitch at a time. It’s so inspir­ing to find such amaz­ing talent!

Embroidery by Yumiko Higuchi Embroidery by Yumiko Higuchi

I’m totally smit­ten by Yumiko Higuchi’s embroi­dery art. These mini pouches are to die for! It comes as no sur­prise that her shop is com­pletely sold out.

Embroidered Leaves by iseebi Embroidered Leaves by iseebi

It doesn’t get any more del­i­cate than these embroi­dered mag­no­lia leaves and insect exoskele­tons by Iseebi. I’ve actu­ally tried embroi­der­ing leaves before, it’s prac­ti­cally impossible.

Misako Mimoko Embroidery

Eva Mon­león brings her own unmis­tak­able style to the art of embroi­dered nature. So fun!

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  • http://www.melissakojima.com Melissa Kojima

    Wow. I can see why you’re so impressed. I won­dered if it was dif­fi­cult to embroi­der a leaf. It makes this embroi­dery art all the more impres­sive. The pouches, the leaves and the embroi­dered art­work is just wonderful!

  • http://www.facebook.com/ruth.kaplan.50 Ruth Kaplan

    Agree about the clutches and they are always sold out had to order the frames so I could make them myself.