Traditional Japanese embroidery technique, sashiko, is currently a major sewing trend in craft, interior design and fashion. The big stitches are used to create stunning, geometric patterns and texture to make home wares with a stylish, Japanese minimalist look. This collection of 8 simple sashiko patterns allows you try the technique yourself--projects include a tote bag, greetings cards, cushion, table mats, coaster, pocket hanging, a long sampler and Ranru hanging.
Learn the big stitch technique of Sashiko with these 8 simple sashiko sewing projects. Big stitches are used to create stunning, geometric patterns and texture. This collection includes 8 home decor patterns including coasters, cushions, wall hangings, bag and greetings cards. Features content previously published in The Ultimate Sashiko Sourcebook and Japanese Sashiko Inspirations.
Composed mostly out of simple rectangles and squares, the bags are easy to make and have a clean, modern look