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Sashiko Lesson 3

Continued from Sashiko Lesson 2 Patterns based on curves, single patterns and border patterns This lesson will familiarize you with patterns that are based on curves. It will also give you an idea on...

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Sashiko Lesson 2

Continued from Sashiko Lesson 1 Patterns based on squares, diagonals, diamonds and hexagons These patterns have straight lines, and sharp edges or corners. This lesson will help you to get a feel of how...

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Sashiko Lesson 1

Continued from Sashiko Fabric, needle, and thread: Traditionally, Sashiko uses light colored thread over darker shades of fabric. Again, the most popular shade was dark blue or indigo, and white cotton thread was used...

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Sashiko

About and history: The word literally means ‘little stabs’ in Japanese. Sashiko is a form of stitching used to anchor down layers of cloth used in making quilts. This form of stitching is geometrical...

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Pattern Darning: Non-Reversible

This kind of pattern is done over fabric that is used only on one side. For instance, a table cloth. Since the reverse side is not so important here, we need not concentrate much...

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Pattern Darning: Reversible

This type of pattern darning will give you an equally good reverse side, if not the same. It is used on fabrics that are used on both sides, like towels and napkins. Here we...

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Pattern Darning: Reference

This lesson will teach you how to go about doing pattern darning, with all possible considerations and techniques, along with some hints and tips. Go through the lesson completely at least once, and in...

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Pattern Darning

Embroidery sample: Pattern Darning About Pattern darning The darning stitch is used in an embroidery technique called ‘Pattern darning’. Using rows of straight running stitches of long and short length, patterns are created. This...