Shasiko Embroidery Tutorial  by @Sarah at  Sarah's Hand Embroidery Tutorials

Shasiko Embroidery Tutorial by Chintomby Chintomby at Sarah's Hand Embroidery Tutorials

When you make a sharp turn, leave a tiny loop on the back to avoid puckering.

4 of 6 When you make a sharp turn, leave a tiny loop on the back to avoid puckering. Sashiko Stitching - Right & Wrong Sharp Turns

This pattern is made from a quarter portion of a circle. Start working O-A-B, O-B-C, and so forth until you finish it at F. Then, start working G-H-O, H-I-O, and so forth until you finish it at K. Now, in this pattern, whether you begin or end, the thread is left open and long at O. Later all the nine strands of long thread are tied together or made a pig tail from.

This pattern is made from a quarter portion of a circle. Start working O-A-B…

Risultati immagini per sashiko

Risultati immagini per sashiko

Fabric with Panache is a specialist patchwork outlet, online, and distributing through major Australian Quilt Shows. Beverley has extensive experience with cotton fabrics and colour co-ordination.

Fabric with Panache is a specialist patchwork outlet, online, and distributing through major Australian Quilt Shows. Beverley has extensive experience with cotton fabrics and colour co-ordination.

Japanese Stitching on Indigo:

DIY & Crafts

Japan is obviously still on my mind a lot. So much so that last week I dug out an old sashiko quilting kit I bought there. Its been lingering in a drawer for f

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