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Sashiko is a traditional Japanese textile technique – a heartfelt slow art – which strengthens fabric through tiny, multiple stitches. Sashiko repairs fabric to give it a longer life; many people are now learning this beautiful, meditative and practical textile art form.
I am a Textile Designer-Artist who loves to work with my hands. I am excited to share this beautiful art with you for your new and mending projects. In this workshop, you will learn a little bit about the history of sashiko, basic sewing techniques, and use traditional Japanese patterns on your own choice of the fabric.
The workshop is limited to 12 people. Please register – call the Museum at 250-935-6340 or email firstname.lastname@example.org by August 28.
The workshop is free, but donations are appreciated.
Supply Kit for $15 will be provided by Ayami.
Monday, August 29, 2022
From 10 am t0 1 pm
Japanese snacks will be available.
Second workshop (due lots of interest in this workshop) is scheduled for Monday, September 12.