An Introduction to Sashiko

An Introduction to Sashiko

Wednesday 4 November 6:30pm – 8:30pm

This workshop will teach you the basic hand embroidery techniques of Sashiko.

Meaning ‘little stabs’ this style of embroidery has been traditionally used as a mending technique. In more recent times however, it has taken the crafting world by storm, often seen as a beautiful embellishment on clothing, bags and homeware.

During this session you will learn 3 Sashiko designs and a little of the history behind this intricate technique. You will create 3 small sampler squares on a decorative wall hanging, enabling you to progress this technique onto your own designs, or embellishing existing pieces.

Things you will learn:
A brief history of Sashiko
The technique behind the stitches 3 Sashiko stitches in detail


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Additional costs:
None, everything is included within the price.

Suitable for:
Anyone, no previous sewing or embroidery experience required.

Due to UK Government regulations we are keeping participant numbers at a maximum of 4 per workshop.  Everyone will be sat at a safe dispance from each other and required to wear face masks unless you are exempt.
We do have tea and coffee making facilities but would advise you at this time to bring any drinks and snacks you may wish to consume while you are there

Sew Made by Jess

Jess is a Bristol based embroidery and textile artist. She creates handmade, bespoke embroidery hoops from a variety of materials and loves designing personalised artwork, or creating custom commissions.    Jessica has always had a passion for all textile work and has studied many types of embroidery from around the world, alongside her career as a commercial Interior Designer. Now focussing fully on embroidery art, her creative business is growing and Jessica now runs hand embroidery workshops at the Bristol School of Sewing and Textiles. In conjunction with this, she has recently launched embroidery kits, enabling others to learn and develop this enjoyable skill at their leisure. Available to purchase Online only

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