An Introduction to Sashiko Embroidery
Tuesday, December 11

10:30 A.M. - 1:30 P.M.
Taught by Casey York of Casey York Design

Call 314-454-6868 to reserve your spot

Sashiko embroidery has its origins in Japanese textile arts, in which decorative straight stitch patterns were used to mend and reinforce fabrics. Despite its traditional roots, the abstract motifs typical of this meditative hand-stitching technique lend themselves perfectly to modern design. In this workshop, Casey will introduce the sashiko’s materials and basic stitch. You will choose from various motifs to embellish a tea towel.  Bring home a beautiful handmade project, all your tools, and a wealth of inspiration for adding sashiko to your life. Light snacks will be provided. Workshop is limited to 10 participants.

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