Sashiko Basic Class: Japanese Embroidery

Learn the basics of sashiko stitching


Mari Yamada

Mari Yamada

5.0 (1)

3 hours 1 to 5

label $65 - $70 or 4 payments of $16.25 - $17.50 Afterpay
($70 per guest when you book for 1 guest, $65 for 2+ guests)



Sashiko is one of the greatest Japanese traditional embroidery techniques which originated over 200 years ago in Yamagata. Sashiko is very popular with existing sewing enthusiasts who are attracted to its beautiful and unique stitching patterns.

In the class you will learn Sashiko stitching techniques and make your original handkerchief, bookmark or coaster to take home. This fun and hands-on workshop is perfect for beginners and we’ll start with stitching techniques and making your original handkerchief.

All the materials are imported from Japan so you will get to enjoy an authentic and high-quality experience. Enjoy a friendly and relaxed setting and leave the session with new skills, knowledge and all your beautiful creations.



Aside from this class, this teacher also has the following coming up:



Knowledge Required
Perfect for beginners. School children are welcome too!
 
What you'll get
- A Sashiko kit that includes: needle, fabric, threads and pattern book
- The items you create
 
What to bring
Everything is provided. Bring your huge enthusiasm and flexible fingers!
Bring eye glasses if you need them.

 
Suitable for

Suitable for kids from 12 years old and up. An adult must accompany any attending kids. The adult may observe at the class for free.

Location

The Sebel Hotel - 37 Victor Street, Chatswood NSW

Your teacher
Mari Yamada
Mari Yamada

5.0 (1)

I am from Tsugaru, Aomori, Japan, exactly where Kogin was born and I started learing Kogin when I was a child. So I grew up with many of the traditional art and techniques in Aomori naturally. I have been building my skills and knowledge for more than 20 years and have helped sewers, to introduce the traditions overseas and want to connect with you for fun.

Nowadays there are so many new styles of embroidery patterns but used the original Kogin techniques are still being created by needlework lovers in Japan. Its design and texture are well cared for, beautiful, cute, warm, stylish, and modern…You will find your favourite one from same samples.
I would love to share my Kogin knowledge with all the needlework lovers!

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