- Saturday, December 6, 11am-3pm
Try out this relaxing and meditative form of embroidery in a beginner workshop taught by Jennifer Lindsay, fiber artist, arts educator, and curator of the Urban Bungalow exhibition. Sashiko, which originated in Japan for patching, mending, and re-purposing old garments and household textiles, has become a decorative art form in its own right, and is experiencing a huge revival in fashion and home decor.
Use stencils and traditional Sashiko threads to make an old garment look exciting and wearable again.
Bring your own garment (woven fabrics, such as denim and wool, make the best canvas for Sashiko; no knits, T-shirts, gym wear, or other stretchy fabrics). All other materials will be provided.
Registration is required to attend this event.
$25 Registration $25