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Japanese Embroidery

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Spinnerin Volume 168 ~ Embroidery Stitches

Vintage patterns can be beautiful, which is why I bought this old Spinnerin. (front cover) Vintage patterns can also be hilariously tacky, which is why I bought this old Spinnerin. (back cover) Lucky for you over the next few weeks I’ll be posting all the good, the bad, and the ugly afghan patterns your twitchy little fingers could ever hope to knit or crochet! Here are some Embroidery Stitches to wet your appetite…

Authentic Japanese Boro, Boro Mending and Boro-Inspired Patchwork

Authentic Boro is an historical textile art, but its techniques are plenty relevant today. Here's info and ideas for making your own boro-inspired art.

Japanese Textiles & Sashiko Supplies

Discover quality materials for sashiko, kogin and patchwork fabrics from Japan. Explore our range of unique fabrics including yarn-dyed sakizome momen, takumi and shot-cotton tsumugi. Handcraft your own unique home furnishings, accessories and clothing with pattern designs and kits from Jane MacDonald. Distributors for Olympus Thread Mfg. Co. Inazuma and Tulip Needles

Boro Stitching: The Ancient Japanese Practice of Mending - Canadian Quilters Association/Association Canadienne de la Courtepointe

Boro is a Japanese word meaning “tatters,” originally born out of poverty. Rural women would apply layer-upon-layer of indigo-dyed hemp with running stitches, also known as Sashiko, to patch clothing and bedding, which could be passed down from one generation to the next. Here is an easy tutorial based on Boro techniques, using modern items, […]

Time to Myself

The last two years have been so hectic with work and health things, and then selling my shed, that I decided to take a little time out from working and just sitting and being still. That didn't last for too long, as I seem to be incapable of sitting still. So gradually stitching drew me back and some visiting of friends and a few sights- but not too many because the idea was to be still. I have been staying in a friends mobile at Royan- and the weather was not too great, but on the other…

How to Sashiko Stitch instructions for beginners | Step by step introduction to Sashiko embroidery tutorial

Sashiko Stitch Instructions for beginners A trend in embroidery: Sashiko stitching and visible mending. This ancient Japanese craft is easy to learn. It gives quick results and makes stunning textile pieces. In this tutorial we explain the basics you need to know about Sashiko stitching. We share our recommendations for Sashiko materials. You will also

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Japanese embroidery artist ipnot's amazing creations often make us wonder if she's cooked up a delicious dish or simply weaved another one of her super lifelike artistic creations. Her latest work is something that translates perfectly to the world of embroidery art, a slice of pizza dripping with stringy cheese! The self-taught artist, who prefers the French Knot to design her super realistic food pieces, spares no expense when it comes to recreating the finest details of your favorite foods.