Illustration of Ladies Sewing August 2, 2014 Illustration of Ladies Sewing Adachi Ginko (1870-1900) Japanese Read more HERE Related 8 responses to “Illustration of Ladies Sewing” Ginko’s bio is so interesting… Love the tryptich you displayed to us..I would like to see their finished item up close….LOL… And I must say, those dresses are really fancy dress for working seamstresses, but I love seeing them..Thanks again Lori for expanding my horizons. I would like to know what model sewing machine they used. They are so elegant, makes me sewing in my pjs look a bit unkempt. Another world. Thanks for sharing. Dotti Almost looks like he died in prison or soon after – and at about age 30?? Interesting bio. Perhaps he just changed his name afterwards and laid low. Interesting that they are wearing western clothing. I love the colors. This was very interesting. Lovely prints! Lovely dresses…GREAT posture on the ladies! Especially since I’m paying the penalty for overdoing it (my sewing/quilting) the past 2 days…probably with not such good posture! LOL…Oooh laughing and breathing hurt. It is always a pleasure to read your posts, Lori. Hi Lori. Just like to share that BFC-Creations has a machine embroidery design of the print you posted. Suz is very talented. She ‘converts’ photos and prints into machine embroidery designs. I have bought designs from her before. Sandra, Thanks for the link. I am impressed with how complicated and beautiful the designs are! What kind of machine is required for this? Very cool! I have the Brother Innovis 4000D. It is a single needle home embroidery machine. Janome, Bernina have such machines also. You can also buy the software to digitise the designs. I like Suz designs because she is able to digitise in such a way that they look so lifelike. Sandra Comments are closed.