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Thread: Sashiko Tutorial

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    Senior Member tothenci's Avatar
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    Mari says:
    "Sashiko embroidery is one of my favorite crafts. It's easy to master and the process is very meditative and relaxing. Although the patterns can look difficult, they are just a matter of breaking down the whole into linear parts." --Mari

    http://purlbee.squarespace.com/sashiko-tutorial/
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    Thanks for the link! I have 2 pillows to do, and just haven't gotten around to them yet. :shock: :lol:

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    I love shashiko too. I'm working on one. Yours is so pretty!

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    oh that reminds me, i ordered some sashiko pillows and don't have them yet. thanks.

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    With this method do you still sandwich it? Is this a stitching for the top only or what? That part I'm still confused on.

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    Thanks for the information! Hummmm, may have to add this to my "Quilting Bucket List".

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    Thanks, very interesting.

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    Yesterday I went to an embrodiary class and there is a Brothers Sashiko machine now. Oh, yes, we all had a turn. I dont think I would invest in one tho. $$$

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    I saw such machines (they are too expensive)



    Quote Originally Posted by Miss Priss
    Yesterday I went to an embrodiary class and there is a Brothers Sashiko machine now. Oh, yes, we all had a turn. I dont think I would invest in one tho. $$$
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    Quote Originally Posted by tothenci
    Mari says:
    "Sashiko embroidery is one of my favorite crafts. It's easy to master and the process is very meditative and relaxing. Although the patterns can look difficult, they are just a matter of breaking down the whole into linear parts." --Mari

    http://purlbee.squarespace.com/sashiko-tutorial/
    Look videos:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qWmEAGdElq4

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bRUlU...eature=related

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