How to Make Handmade Wall Scrolls
Have you ever wondered how they create the beautiful wall scrolls out of cloth and paper in Japan and China? Here is your chance to learn. This book shows the entire process from start to finish how to make your very own custom kakejiku, or Japanese scroll. With beautiful color pictures and graphs and simple to read instructions, now you can learn how to make these scrolls by hand using techniques learned in Japan. These Japanese scrolls can be used to frame art prints, photographs, Japanese Calligraphy (Shodou) or Sumie and are perfect for any home or office.
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Glossary Pronunciation Guide
acrylic edger align the acrylic apply the glue applying a layer attached backside bonsai border bottom edge bottom portion bun wide called calligraphy chuumawashi Chuuniku color crease create cropped drying board edge to ensure entire flat fold frays Fusuma Gently brush glued Hadaurauchi handmade hang harite hashira hassou hassoubukuro Honshi hyougu Hyousou hyousoushi ikebana Japanese Calligraphy jikubou jikubukuro jikusaki jougi kakehimo kakejiku kakezao Kanji Karibariban kinran cloth kireji last layer layer of glue layer of thick length lift light layer marks mimiori Mimisuki mounted netsuke noribake pattern piece Place the acrylic plastic sheeting Repeat steps roll rotary cutter Saidan scroll design shaku shihon silk smooth side souurauchi straight edge string style of scroll suji sukime surface Telephone Card thejougi thick glue thumb and forefinger top and bottom top edge top portion trim tsukubake urauchi paper urauchishi Urazuri utility knife wall ScrollS width wood wooden dowel workboard