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Counted Sashiko Embroidery

eQuilter Counted Sashiko Embroidery

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by Keiko Sakamoto

Sashiko's beauty is understandably popular, and here's the first book on stitching two little-known traditional styles: kogin and hishizashi. Japanese expert Keiko Sakamoto—who began her intensive study of them while living in the American Midwest—explains these intriguing decorative embroidery styles. Includes: 31 projects, with step-by-step photo instructions, range from a simple bookmark to advanced wall tapestries; Increasing project difficulty levels satisfy both novices and experienced sashiko stitchers; Photos of vintage pieces, many rarely seen outside museums, showcase the craft's origins in northern Japan; For ongoing reference and use, includes one of the most extensive libraries of traditional kogin and hishizashi pattern templates to be found anywhere (80 and 200 templates, respectively). 'Counted Sashiko Embroidery' by Keiko Sakamoto, published by Schiffer Craft, an imprint of Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., softcover with 180 pages, 8-1/2" x 10".

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