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Sashiko

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A list of the most helpful sashiko embroidery tutorials, including videos and how-to make patterns. Plus, sashiko projects and free patterns to inspire you.

A list of the most helpful sashiko embroidery tutorials, including videos and how-to make patterns. Plus, sashiko projects and free patterns to inspire you.

Sashiko is a popular hand-embroidery technique that originated in Japan. Most commonly, it involves white stitching on an indigo fabric in geometric patterns. Often, sashiko is done as all-over patterns that cover a whole area of fabric. The long, separated stitches of sashiko give it a unique look that normally can only be achieved by hand. But, with the right tools, you can get this look on your sewing machine! #sewing #sashiko #stitching #tip #tutorial #technique

As we think more about sustainability, we’re coming back to the idea of visible mending and mending worn fabrics. Learning how to use visible mending requires just a few inexpensive materials and basic embroidery stitches. Inspired by the Japanese art of Sashiko, these bold ideas will help you repair your clothes and linens. #visiblemending #sashiko #embroidery #tutorial #jeans #bhg

5 Ways to transfer a Sashiko design to fabric (1 of 5 use graphing fab - A Threaded Needle

How to use dotted graphing fabric for drawing Sashiko designs This fabric is marked with tiny dots to make a grid on which you can draw your geometric sashiko design. Use a ruler and chalk fabric pencil... Read More

Lumberman's Sashiko. Japan Edo Period 1780. Indigo dyed hemp and cotton

Photographed at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art on the campus of the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon. Murray Warner Collection

The sleek and modern look of traditional Japanese sashiko stitching has become wildly popular recently. This style of stitching can be used to mend clothes and decorate anything from jeans to pillows. This week, Maker Team member Dani Miller shows us the basics of sashiko stitching and helps you get started with this coaster set to show off four different sashiko patterns! Be sure to follow Dani's takeover of the Benzie Design Instagram feed the week of October 5th for even more tips about how

The sleek and modern look of traditional Japanese sashiko stitching has become wildly popular recently. This style of stitching can be used to mend clothes and decorate anything from jeans to pillows. This week, Maker Team member Dani Miller shows us the basics of sashiko stitching and helps you get started with this coaster set to show off four different sashiko patterns! Be sure to follow Dani's takeover of the Benzie Design Instagram feed the week of October 5th for even more tips about…

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