The wari-tsuke-mon'yo-nui ('allocated pattern stitch') is the Japanese term for an embroidery technique that gives an overall design more complexity.

It is doing so by breakingthe main design up in smaller sections that are filled with different patterns.

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


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