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Sashiko Embroidery

Sashiko Embroidery

 

Sashiko: the needlework form of both decorative and functional embroidery developed in Japan many centuries ago.

With just four key materials needed—needle, thread, thimble, and fabric—Sashiko stitches have long been a favorite for quilting and embroidery. Today, the style is popular in the visible mending movement because of its simplicity, efficiency, and aesthetic appeal.

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  • Clover Sashiko Needles

    from £3.50

    Needles, designed especially for Sashiko embroidery. Superior sewing needles go through fabric smoothly without straining or stress. Unique, pure g...

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  • Daruma Sashiko Cloth

    £16.00

    From JapanDaruma Sashiko Cloth is 100% cotton fabric with a grid line printed with dissolveable ink.  The grid lines are used as a guide when stitc...

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  • Simply Sashiko

    £12.99

    Sashiko: the needlework form of both decorative and functional embroidery developed in Japan many centuries ago.With just four key materials needed...

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