1. Daisy Clutch Bag: Hitomezashi (one stitch sashiko) OR
2. Lucy Locket Pocket Bag OR
3. Kinchaku Boro Bag
Suitable for beginners through to advanced stitchers.
Sashiko is a traditional form of folk art stitching with white running stitches on indigo blue fabric.
It started more than 500 years ago in the early 16th century and evolved in various areas of Japan (particularly in Tohoku in the North of Japan)
The sashiko stitch was originally used to reinforce cloth which made it thicker and therefore warmer to protect ordinary workers from the cold weather. The many simple, beautiful patterns evolved from the wisdom of their everyday life.
Boro is the Japanesw way to describe a fabric or a garment that has been patched or mended. Japanese indigo dyed cotton garments were recuycled and used to patch other pieces of clothing giving them a disticntive aspect.
Boro can be used to embellish old garments, make purses and bags and is beautiful on smaller objects like brooches and key rings.
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