Sashiko Sitching with Rhiannon Platt

Sashiko Sitching with Rhiannon Platt

 

In recent years, Sashiko-style mending has made a comeback after originally being created during the Edo period of Japan to lengthen the life of kimonos. Now, people are using it to give their favorite jeans or shirt a little more wear. This class will teach students the basic techniques of this classic repair technique by perfecting our skills by patching a hole in a piece of scrap fabric. Students can then take this sampler of the technique home to use as a reference later when fixing their favorite clothes

 

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Crafty, DIY