Sashiko Saturday April 13
Sashiko, which means “little stabs,” is a textile mending and reinforcing technique from Japan involving a simple running stitch with strong white thread. Spend a relaxing afternoon learning this traditional and beautiful style of functional embroidery with us. We will teach you how to mark your design and perfect your stitches while you work on a sampler. The possibilities for future projects are endless!
Workshop includes one 4 hour instruction session and some supplies. Some additional supplies extra. Full supply list given at time of registration.
Instructor: Kate Ward
Time: 12:30 – 4:30
Dates: Sunday January 27, 2019
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