may be Peranakan,
but it’s always done the Nyonya Celup way.
Absolutely fabulous culinary little blogsitye you have here, I will certinaly try out one of these fabulous dishes.
i am from indonesia ia want to learn make the kasut manik stch
Unfortunately I am just starting it myself as well.
I stitch my beads on like how I would stitch a half (cross) stitch – does that make sense to you?
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