Kiri-osae-nui (lit. cut-and-anchor stitch') is a laid work technique, in which a larger thread is fixed to the ground material by a series of small diagonal stitches.

This technique is regarded as being part of the Kyo-nui ('Kyoto embroidery') tradition. WV

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