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Sashiko - 20 Projects Using Traditional Japanese Stitching

Sashiko - 20 Projects Using Traditional Japanese Stitching
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by Jill Clay

Learn the stunning art of Sashiko stitching with this comprehensive guide that's packed with inspirational ideas and and demonstrates how to apply it to a range of useful and ornamental items for the home, accessories and gifts. Meaning "little stabs", it's a traditional Japanese sewing method that uses evenly spaced running stitches to create eye-catching geometric patterns. This book includes 20 patterns and motifs that readers can choose from and use as templates for their own unique Sashiko designs from large-scale items such as bedding, a door curtain and wall-hanging, and smaller items, such as brooches, greetings cards and notebook covers. Sashiko, 20 Projects Using Traditional Japanese Stitching, by Jill Clay, softcover with 136 pages.

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