In this course, we consider ‘a reclamation of time’ and honour our own aesthetics, and within a choice of either a simple beginner’s pattern, or a more complex design, we create a ‘patch’ for a jean’s modification, a wrist cuff. or a set of coasters.
Perth, Western Australia
In the Japanese embroidery tradition known as Sashiko, running stitches are sewn into repeating geometric shapes and fluid patterns. Hundreds of years ago, Japanese women used Sashiko’s stitching and designs to add strength and beauty to their cotton garments. Motifs symbolising beauty, strength and individuality.