Sashiko

Explore Sashiko, a form of hand embroidery that originated in ancient Japan, and its stitches and techniques.
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Getting Started with Sashiko: Tips, Tools and Tackling My First Project — Beth Colletti Art & Design
Getting Started with Sashiko: Tips, Tools and Tackling My First Project
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Swatching for a new pillow design. Madder dyed cotton linen with triple persimmon flower stitch, a traditional sashiko pattern.
a black quilt with colorful butterflies on it
Sashiko - Syliva Pippen Designs - Butterflies & Sashiko - Pattern
Sashiko - Syliva Pippen Designs - Butterflies & Sashiko - Pattern | Shibori Dragon
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Sashiko
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Sashiko Pincushion
"Hello everyone! Kymona here from Kreative Kymona with a fun stitching project for you. I'm going to show you how to make a Sashiko Pincushion. Sashiko is a form of needlework developed in Japan a couple of centuries ago. The purpose of sashiko stitching originated from repairing, mending, patching, and reinforcing the fabric. In Japanese, its name means "little stabs" - a reference to plain running stitch that makes up sashiko's geometric, all-over patterns. Traditionally, sashiko patterns were
a purple rug with white circles on it
Sashiko-Japanese traditional stitching
Japanese vintage kimono world: Sashiko - Japanese traditional stitching
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Sashiko Rainbow Waves
Sashiko Rainbow Waves
the top 5 sashiko tips
Top 5 Basic Sashiko Tips | To enjoy Sashiko Stitching more - 刺し子を始めるにあたってのヒントのまとめ英語版
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How to do Sashiko embroidery