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The ultimate sashiko sourcebook

Author: Susan Briscoe
Publisher: Newton Abbot David & Charles 2006
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : ReprView all editions and formats

Sashiko, the traditional Japanese technique of needlework quilting, uses simple running stitch to create beautifully decorative patterns ideal for patchwork, quilting and embroidery.


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Susan Briscoe
ISBN: 9780715318478 0715318470
OCLC Number: 1028480184
Language Note: Engelsk tekst
Notes: Har adresseliste, bibliografi, innholdsfortegnelse, register
Description: 128 s. illustrations
Contents: Introduction History of Sashiko - illustrated with examples of original sashiko; Getting Started - equipment, tools, marking out distortions, starting and finishing, threads and needles stitching action, fabrics, sashiko for patchwork and quilting, counted sashiko; The Projects Framed samplers X 3Coasters X 12Greetings cards X 6Table mats X 2Sampler cushions X 2Tote bags X 2Noren curtain (traditional door hangings)Drawstring bags X 2Zabuton floor cushions X 2Table runnerPattern Library; Running Stitch; Patterns - square, square and spiral, shippo and curves, starfish, waves, hemp leaf, weaves, square grid, diamonds, hexagons, saya brocade, and variations on each; One-Stitch; Patterns rice, coin, persimmon flower, woven, darned, and variations on each; MotifsGalleryAcknowledgmentsSuppliersBibliographyPattern IndexGeneral Index
Responsibility: Susan Briscoe.


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