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Embroidery Prince

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Lately, there have been a growing number of young men who make handmade goods.

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The cross-stitch artist Makoto Ozu, who I call “Embroidery Prince,” published a new cross-stitch book.

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It includes 900 designs! I’m thinking about challenging myself with the camera design.

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The wristband “OLEX,” which is stitched to resemble applique and Rolex is sold at Tokyu Hands in Shibuya.

Makoto Ozu (japanese)
His Blog (japanese)
Amazon.co.jp (English)

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posted by Shere , 6月 13, 2010 15:27:16 (Tokyo) :

I love it~! It’s great~! I would love to have this book.

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posted by Ulricke Alette , 6月 14, 2010 3:13:16 (Tokyo) :

Lol, the Olex watches where awesome!

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posted by Sasa , 6月 14, 2010 5:59:19 (Tokyo) :

This looks super cute!
I used to cross-stitch a lot when I was a kid, since my aunt did it all the time.

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posted by Patty , 6月 14, 2010 7:58:18 (Tokyo) :

It’s really cute and funny! The watches are amazing!!! I loved it! :]

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posted by jsimpple , 6月 18, 2010 0:11:31 (Tokyo) :

OMG! I was showing my hubby how interesting the ‘olex’ watch is….and I suddenly notice the price tag: JPY 6800!!! for a non-functional watch

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