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Sashiko - Sunday June 26th 11am-1pm

Sashiko - Sunday  June 26th 11am-1pm
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Join Laura as she leads you through Sashiko stitching and all of the creative projects you can do! Read more..

Sashiko is a form of Japanese folk embroidery using a variation of a running stitch to create a patterned background. Traditionally made in geometric patterns with white cotton thread on indigo blue fabric, the designs include straight or curved lines of stitching arranged in a repeating pattern that is both aesthetically pleasing and functional.

Sashiko embroidery has been used in Japan for centuries, dating back to the Edo era of the 1600s to the 1800s. The Japanese word sashiko means "little stabs" and refers to the small stitches used in this form of needlework. This style of embroidery and the "sashiko stitch" was used to reinforce or repair worn fabric or tears with patches, making the darned piece ultimately stronger and warmer. 

Join Laura as she leads you through Sashiko stitching and all of the creative projects you can do!

 

Masks are requested for in-person classes.

Sashiko - Sunday June 26th 11am-1pm

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