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Sushiko

 Sashiko: Template: 4in: Shippou (Seven Treasures) Sashiko: Template: 4in: Shippou (Seven Treasures)
£5.25
1 in stock
A 4 inch template to create a Sashiko seven treasures design. Clear instructions on packaging.
001: Sashiko: Starter Kit 001: Sashiko: Starter Kit
£33.49
1 in stock
Sashiko translates as 'little stabs'. It is a running stitch embroidery technique, traditionally used in Japan. This kit contains materials for creating a 40 x 40cm standard cushion cover. Contents: 142cm x 0.5m, cotton, dark blue fabric; 4 x 4in assorted templates; 40m skein white, cotton embroidery thread; 1 fabric pencil; 1 pack embroidery needles. Dry clean or wash by hand or gentle machine wash, drip dry, cool iron.
008: Sashiko: Cotton Thread: 40m: White 008: Sashiko: Cotton Thread: 40m: White
£5.99
1 in stock
100% cotton embroidery thread, perfect for creating Sashiko designs.
009: Sashiko: Cotton Fabric: 1m x 1.42m: Dark Navy 009: Sashiko: Cotton Fabric: 1m x 1.42m: Dark Navy
£9.50
£8.00
1 in stock
100% cotton fabric, perfect for stitching Sashiko designs onto. This Sew Easy Sashiko Dark Navy Cotton Fabric provides the perfect canvas for your embroidery work. Stretching out to 1 x 1.42m, it is a dark navy colour that can be used with white embroidery thread for traditional Sashiko. Sashiko is the traditional Japanese technique of needlework quilting that uses a simple running stitch to create beautifully decorative patterns ideal for patchwork, quilting and embroidery. Sashiko (pronounced shash-ko) means 'stab stitch' and refers to the small running stitch that is worked to build up distinctive decorative patterns. •Length: 1 x 1.42m •100% cotton fabric •Traditional dark navy, ideal for use with white cotton embroidery thread •Perfect for creating Sashiko designs Sew Easy Sashiko Dark Navy Cotton Fabric 1m x 1.42m

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