Su-nui is a Japanese embroidery method that is characterised by a monochrome ground material, a limited range of colours of the embroidery threads and fine lines.

Su-nui makes use of an ink drawing to indicate the pattern. It developed in the Kyoho era (1716-1736).

Digital source (retrieved 30 September 2016).


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