Japanese mending - Sashiko
Sashiko means "little stabs" in Japanese or "little pierce" and is a form of decorative reinforcement stitching that started out of practical need during the Edo era (1615-1868) in Japan. Traditionally used to reinforce points of wear or to repair worn places or tears with patches, making the piece ultimately stronger and warmer.
You will learn the technique of sashiko using 3 different designs drawn out for you to follow. Along with fabric to test out satin stitch mending
Techniques you will learn:
-Sashiko Seigaiha -Sashiko Cherry Blossom -Sashiko Shippou -Satin Stitch
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