Series: Patterns to colour
By Laura Cowan
An exquisite colouring book about the time-honoured colours, patterns and symbols of Japan and the crafts that developed there hundreds of years ago. Readers can colour the intricate patterns of kimonos, the beautiful clothing of a Geisha, delicate designs on Japanese ceramics and more. Ideal for children or adults, with thick, craft-quality pages.
Laura studied literature at Cambridge and more literature at Trinity College Dublin. This means she’s read a lot of books, which helps when writing them. Before joining Usborne, she taught English in Barcelona for four years, as well as in Dublin and Cambridge. She now lives in East London with some plants and a lot of vintage clothes.
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