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Japanese Import - Pre-Printed Sashiko Circles - Indigo

Japanese Import  - Pre-Printed Sashiko Circles - Indigo
US$ 14.95 / yard
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Silver Washout-Out Ink on Indigo

Sashiko is the traditional Japanese technique of needlework quilting that uses a simple running stitch to create beautifully decorative patterns ideal for patchwork. Linear and curved sashiko patterns fill this japanese fabric and will work on clothing, bags, pillows, quilting and many other home accessories! You can stitch the fabric as is or choose the pattern that you like the best with eQuilter sashiko threads and needles. Silver pre-printed lines will wash out in cold water leaving the fabric soft and ready for you next project. Midweight 100% cotton, deep indigo, imported from Japan, about 43" wide, pre-printed circles are about 3 3/8".

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