Nui-kiri is the Japanese term for a free-style embroidery technique that is being used for smaller designs, such as petals or leaves.

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

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