I currently offer 9 kits that can be ordered. To see the kit details, click on either the picture or the title for the kit you'd like to see.  (NOTE: With silk cost rising rapidly and the Dollar weak against the Yen, kit costs will continue to rise.)

The pine tree [matsu] is a much-revered symbol in Japanese culture.  Our pine tree is a sampler of the basic stitches of Rozashi. Measures approximately 5.5" x 5.5" (16.5 cm x 16.5 cm).

Cherry Blossom in Water is a small piece ideal for the beginning student. Piece is mounted in silver metal Card case.  Measures approximately 3 1/4" x 2" (8.2 cm x 5 cm). 

All kits include:

· Frame

· Mounted ro w/ drawing

· All required threads

· Rozashi needle

Complete instructions

Ancient traditional Japanese design.  Finished piece measures approximately 5"x5" (12.5 cm x 12.5 cm).  An intermediate level piece.

Daiya 2 is a traditional Japanese Pattern. It is reminiscent of some of the Florentine patterns we use.

Text Box: Rozashi Kits

MAK Inc Designs

PO Box 391247

Deltona, FL 32739


Fax: 407-678-8883


An elegant small design of a girl in a red kimono with an obi belt.  Predominant colors in this piece are white, black and red.  Measures approximately 4" x 4" (10 cm x 10cm).  A beginner level piece.

The new favorite of many stitchers, this piece has lots of variety in stitches duplicating the patterns on ribbons.  Measures approximately 3 1/4" x 2" (8.2 cm x 5 cm).  A beginner and beyond level piece.

A beautiful Rozashi piece that incorporates the iris and reeds.  Measures approximately 5 1/2" x 5 1/2" A beginner and beyond level piece

Stylized pine bark is used in many art forms in Japan.  Its diamond shapes form indentions. The pine bark of our study is work in the colors of the ancient imari so loved in Japan, and is the edge of the stylized diamond pattern

The Petite Sampler is a study in traditional Japanese Patterns.  Navy blue silk is used to define each section.  The colors are dark navy, dark red, peach and gold, and reminiscent to the colors used in the ancient Imari plates so favored in Japan. 

Ancient Imari plates are treasured. Even fragments are kept, and some of the very old ones are even found in museum collections.  Their main colors are cobalt blue and rust red. The designs in these early plates were found in nature and every day life items such as fence patterns, fish scales, thatch patterns and the like.