Moyouzashi Sashiko Essentials
With Shannon and Jason Mullett-Bowlsby
Nov 6 4:00-6:10pm CST
Join the slow stitching and visible mending movement with this Moyouzashi Sashiko class. A perfect addition to fabric alterations, clothing enhancements, and especially quilting.
Welcome to the fluid lines and complex designs of Moyouzashi Sashiko. Join the slow stitching and visible mending movement with this Moyouzashi Sashiko class. Moyouzashi – a version of the sashiko running stitch that is worked in curves or straight lines to create beautiful motifs representing traditional images from Japanese art such as waves, coins, and repeating geometric patterns – is a perfect addition to fabric alterations, clothing enhancements, and especially, quilting.
Special skills or knowledge needed to take this class:
You’ll need to be able to thread a needle without poking your eye out.
__Clover Adjustable Ring Thimble with Plate, Sashiko Needles Long Type, White Marking Pen, Aurifil 12 Weight Cotton Thread – 2 Colors, and assorted Practice Fabric.
__Other solid-colored fabrics to practice on (at least 6” x 6”),
__Washable fabric markers or something like Crayola Ultra-Clean Washable Markers,
__Sewing Basics: Needles, Thread, Sharp scissors, Notebook, Pen or pencil with eraser, Tape measure, Seam ripper, Pins