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Stitching With Attitude: WONDERFUL SASHIKO

While I am still on a bit of a Japanese textile kick, I was fortunate enough to be able to photograph some wonderful examples of sash.

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Sashiko is a Japanese embroidery style with fascinating geometrical patterns made by running stitch traditionally to a dark blue fabric with a white thread

I kinda see these as like buildings in new york city at night lights

What do you do with your waiting time? Those riding times - in the car, during a flight, on the train or a ferry ride even - when you& the.

Circular cuts, but with perpendicular clips so you don't get long ravels even when the curve matches the straight of the grain. Cleverness from German blogger RankHilfe

Circular cuts, but with perpendicular clips so you don't get long ravels even when the curve matches the straight of the grain.