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Its very easy if you take it as a challenge to twist the three threads for japanese embroidery.The embroidery digitizer may help out and solve the difficulty.The difficulty level depends upon the types of threads used for embroider.The japanese flat silk can be twisted using a small article to be ...

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nani yatten da yo? what did you say..lol..

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