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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...