Xiangxiu is a general term for Hunan embroidery products with distinctive Xiangchu cultural features, which is one of the outstanding traditional Chinese crafts. It is a hard-working and intelligent local working people in Hunan in the long process of the development of human civilization history. An elaborate folk craft with Xiangchu cultural characteristics. In the past half century, archaeologists have discovered many silk fabrics and textiles such as linen, brocade, and silk in Hunan and Hubei, many of which are embroidery products. The unearthing of a batch of dazzling ancient embroidery buried in Hunan and the former Chu area is self-evident to the world to further understand the evolution of Hunan embroidery and its embroidery tradition.