Barbara, Original rice paper panels in our old shoji screen had shrunk & come off.  Replaced it with IL030 li...

BARBARA

"Original rice paper panels in our old shoji screen had shrunk & come off. Replaced it with IL030 linen, parchment. Embroidered simple design on the panels for texture & to keep the grain line, then mounted it using glue. We like the simple elegance."

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Cherylalt3 years ago

How do I vote for this

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Adriannealt3 years ago

Gorgeous!

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Mary annalt3 years ago

unique and lovely

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Brendaalt3 years ago

What a lovely screen, and the embroidery on that lovely linen is exquisite!

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Kelseyalt3 years ago

Wow!

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Jamesalt3 years ago

exceptional work

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Kathyalt3 years ago

Incredible! You should advertise for all of us who have lived in the Orient! Very clever and beautiful solution!

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Rosealt3 years ago

I think it is a beautiful use of linen as the background.

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Kathyalt3 years ago

lovely !!

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Maryalt3 years ago

That is a LOT of embroidery! Very nicely done. Good job.

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Susanalt3 years ago

Beautiful

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Belindaalt3 years ago

very nice

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Regina Balt3 years ago

Great idea. Very creative looks great

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Lindaalt3 years ago

Beautiful solution to repair this gorgeous screen!

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Elizabeth dalt3 years ago

Great idea! I have shoji screens too (Okinawa), and sometimes it's been difficult to find the right sort of rice paper to replace the old. This would be light enough, very pretty, and much longer lasting "fix" for them. I take it you gave them a handkerch