Sat, 27 Feb|
Online Interactive Workshop
Saturday 27 February 2021: Online Workshop (Sashiko Stitching)
Sarah Payne hosts a three-hour Online Interactive Workshop on Sashiko Stitching!…
Time & Location
27 Feb 2021, 10:00 – 13:00 GMT
Online Interactive Workshop
About the Event
Sarah Payne - Saturday 27 February 2021 - 10.00am to 1.00pm (GMT)
Online Interactive Workshop: Sashiko Stitching
Originally - and incorrectly - scheduled to run between 4.00-7.00pm GMT on this same date (our apologies for any inconvenience casued), we're delighted to have the multi-talented Sarah Payne back for another of her insightful and tantalising workshops! In this class you get to explore the pattern possibilities that arise from mastering the Japanese art of Sashiko Stitching!
Introduction by Sarah:-
Sashiko is a beautiful and very functional embroidery technique originating in Japan. Sashiko means “little stabs,” or “little piercings” and is a folk textile method traditionally featuring white stitches on an indigo background. Sashiko began in Japan during the Edo period (1603-1868) with poor folk using it to mend and strengthen items of clothing made from hemp. Each item of clothing was expensive and therefore precious and so this method of decorative mending took on a life of its own. Geometric patterns, often representing animals and plants are popular and representative stitching adds to the beauty and the mindfulness of the technique.
What You Will Learn in this Online Interactive Workshop:-
In this class you will learn how to create the Sashiko stitch, how to draft the pattern and how create Sashiko designs. Sarah will talk to you about placement of your design and how you can create borders and blocks for any project. You can choose to make a cushion, a sampler, a bag or even create block for a quilt. Guidance will be offered on all these options.
Here is no pre-cutting required for this class – just press your fabric and you are ready to go.
Skill Level for this Online Interactive Workshop:-
This hand sewing class is suitable for all levels – including complete beginners.
Material/Fabric requirements for this Online Interactive Workshop:-
There is a Sashiko kit available to buy via Sarah’s Etsy shop - once you have booked your place on the workshop, a link will be emailed to every class participant to enable them to buy directly from Sarah's online Etsy shop should they so choose. In Sarah's Sashiko kit (available via her online Etsy shop at a cost of £30.00), you will receive:-
- 1.42m x 0.5m of cotton, dark blue fabric.
- 4 x 4in assorted templates; Shippou (Seven Treasures), Seigaiha (Waves), Sakura (Cherry Blossom) and Fondou (Weights).
- 40m skein white cotton Sashiko embroidery thread.
- 1 fabric pencil.
- 1 pack embroidery needles.
NB Kits will be dispatched well before the class date!
If you opt NOT to purchase Sarah's Etsy kit, you will need:-
- 0.5m x 0.5m, cotton, dark blue fabric;
- 4 x 4 Sashiko design templates. We will be using Shippou (Seven Treasures), Seigaiha (Waves), Sakura (Cherry Blossom) and Fondou (Weights) but you may have others that you can explore.
- Skein white Sashiko cotton embroidery thread (not stranded cotton embroidery thread)
- Fabric Pencil
- Embroidery Needles
Tickets for this Online Interactive Workshop (via the Zoom platform) will be limited & allocated on a first-come/first-served basis! If applicable, any free pattern, or other information, relevant to this course will be forwarded to you after booking and approximately 5 days before the course date. The ticket price of £25.00 is based on ONE person attending this crafting class.
IMPORTANT - Ordering MATERIALS/EQUIPMENT Online For Any Class/Workshop!
In light of the ongoing potential for lockdowns in some/all parts of the UK due to Covid-19 outbreaks & subsequent Government-imposed restrictions to people movement and business operation, we advise everyone to please book your place & order any materials/equipment online in plenty of time ahead of any course dates.
Online Workshop: Sashiko
This ticket is for the CraftyMonkies Online Interactive Workshop with Sarah Payne on Saturday 27 February 2021 (10.00am-1.00pm, GMT)£25.00