Large Kogin Cushion/Picture Kit
Kogin is a traditional form of Japanese embroidery where the design is stitched across the horizontal holes in evenweave fabric. Information about kogin, as well as a how-to guide and handy videos, can be found here https://www.japancrafts.co.uk/kogin.html
The design for this cushion is based on a traditional pattern called Kutsuwa, referring to a family crest (kamon) depicting a horse's bit. The kutsuwa kamon was used by samurai in battle. Kutsuwa Tsunagi means 'repeated kutsuwa' design.
This kit will give you hours of enjoyment to stitch, and can be made into a cushion (you will need a 40cm cushion pad), table centrepiece, or simply framed and displayed in your home. it is sure to be well admired for years to come!
'Congress cloth' fabric
White kogin thread
Instructions (in Japanese, but with easy to follow diagrams or you can refer to the link above)