The chinese knot is flatter than the French knot, more shapely, not so twisted. In Chinese embroideries it's seldom used as isolated stitch but generally massed together, often covering large areas.
Traditional Hungarian floral patterns Stock Photo
Shopping for traditional Latvian mittens in Riga, Latvia.
DIY :: Monkey Fist Knot or chinese knot ball... to use as a weapon on a key chain if need be for personal protection.
shenmei_redlotus_ chinese watercolor painting
Spinning lotus threads at Ko Than Hlaing Silk and Lotus Weaving handeyemagazine.com
Vector Ukrainian embroidery
Crafts from Morocco for Kids
Estonian Folk Art Embroidery
Matchbox-sized Mexican art ©Mexico Import Arts
Shakhrisyabz Suzani, Central Asia, Uzbekistan, 273 x 190 cm, Mid 18th century. A magnificent Shakhrisyabz silk embroidery on a six-panel cotton ground. The field shows a classic four-and-one composition of circular, brilliant red poppy blossoms linked by lively green twigs. Eight palmettes radiate out from the central blossom. The field design is symmetrically conceived around the vertical as well as the horizontal central axes.
Jacmel papier mache bowls from Haiti's Artisan Business Network
Detail of a vodou flag by Haitian artist George Valris Photo by Edward Addeo for HAND/EYE’s 04/Haiti issue, published one year after t...
Moroccan rug made by semi-nomadic Berbers...also seen in our 05/World Textiles issue.
Weaver Ann Roth's Leap Year 2012 Inspired on a trip to Uzbekistan www.handeyemagazine.com
Pieces of Gutharraguda | HandEye Native Australian Jimmy Poland knows how to carve www.handeyemagazine.com
It Means Beautiful | HandEye Art meets craft in South Africa