My Boro Stitching & Thought for Other Stitchers
.... but thats just how I like to do it. Other people stitch wonderful pieces with parallel lines evenly spaced. It's a matter of what you enjoy plus what is functional for your project. The right thing to do is to suit yourself!
Why don’t we get tired of the traditional sashiko designs?
What makes them still ‘work’ for us even after looking at them for several years, as I have been doing?
They are, after all, pretty simple looking geometric designs.
Here is why I think our brains remain pleased and interested...
There is no better way to get beauty and individual character into your home than by designing your own projects, but if you don't feel able to do that from scratch here are 5 ways...
- Sashiko +
- Dyed Yarn Fabrics +
- Handstitching +
- Special Fabrics +
- About quilting sashiko
- dyed yarn cotton fabric
- hand sewing
- how to thread a sashiko needle
- How to transfer sashiko designs
- How to use products
- How to use sashiko products
- How to...
- Just for inspiration
- making matters
- Ready to stitch sashiko fabrics
- Sashiko thread-how not to end in a tangle
- Sashiko tutorial part 1 of 4
- Sashiko tutorial part 2 of 4
- Sashiko tutorial part 3 of 4
- Sashiko tutorial part 4 of 4
- Slow stitching and mending
- Things you can do with your sashiko stitched fabric
- Thoughts about creativity
- Tutorials for how to stitch sashiko & weaving designs
- What is going on at A Threaded Needle
- Zakka stitching for your home