Zero and Zen: Sashiko and zero waste jacket diy low- and zero-waste stitching upcycling Sep 15, 2022

Note: This collaboration is currently not available.

I’m excited to...

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Mystery stitch along - clue #5 mystery stitch along stitching Aug 29, 2022

 Our last clue! This week, we are stitching our remaining sections (3b)...

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Mystery stitch along - clue #4 mystery stitch along stitching Aug 22, 2022

This week, we are stitching section 1 with Seigaiha (Blue Ocean Wave). The...

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Mystery stitch along - clue #3 mystery stitch along stitching Aug 15, 2022

This week, we are stitching section 2b with Nowaki (Blowing Grass). The...

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Mystery stitch along - clue #2 mystery stitch along stitching Aug 08, 2022

This week, we are stitching section 2a with Cypress Fence. The suggested...

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Mystery stitch along - clue #1 mystery stitch along stitching Aug 02, 2022

We are going to start by dividing our fabric into sections with a pencil or...

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Mystery stitch along! mystery stitch along stitching Jul 25, 2022

If you’ve participated in one of our Making Zen retreats, then...

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What is Kuguri-Sashi? stitching Jul 23, 2021

Kuguri or kuguru in Japanese means to go under something and sashi is the...

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How to store your sashiko threads stitching tools Jun 25, 2021

Last night we were chatting in the Sashiko Stitch Club, and I was asked for...

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How to use dissolvable sashiko templates stitching tutorials Apr 14, 2021

Some sashiko patterns are quite complex to look at, let alone draw onto your...

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Upcycling a pair of jeans diy low- and zero-waste stitching upcycling Apr 07, 2021

A couple of years ago, 2018, I inherited a skinny pair of jeans from my...

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Sashiko Heart Pattern stitching Apr 01, 2021

I have been developing some sashiko patterns that can be used to embellish or...

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