Speaking of embroidery, Chinese are no strangers. As for the historical origin of embroidery, it can be related to ancient Chinese women. Chinese embroidery originated more than 3,000 years ago, and it is said that in ancient Suzhou, a smart and beautiful girl was making a new dowry before marriage and accidentally poked a hole in the clothing during the production process. She was anxious to use a color flower to embroider a small flower, not only to cover up the hole, but also very beautiful, and played a icing on the cake. Inspired for the first time, smart Suzhou people began to like to wear embroidered clothes.
According to the "Saying Garden" written by Liu Xiang of the Western Han Dynasty, as early as the Spring and Autumn Period, Wu Ren began to apply the embroidery process to beautify life. At the time of the Three Kingdoms period, Suzhou embroidery had developed to a relatively high level. It is said that during the Three Kingdoms period, Madam Zhao used her own talents that could both paint and embroider, and embroidered a painting for Sun Quan. Become the originator of painting embroidery.