Lakeland, FL

Sashiko: A Drawstring Bag
Teacher: Barb Callahan
 
Friday, March 18, 2022
6:00 PM-7:30 PM
 
Code(s): N195X Hands on Workshop
 
Lakeland - RP Funding Center
 
Pre-Registration Closed
 
Pricing Information
 
Session Value: 2
Price Per Session (before discount): $23.00
Materials Fee: $31.00

Sashiko, a simple running stitch that was used in northern Japan to mend, strengthen and recycle household goods has come a long way. This simple stitch is now used to create decorative elements on garments, home décor and quilts. Come and see how this one stitch can add an interesting element to your projects as you work your way through making a drawstring bag. As a bonus, Barb will show you how to finish the ends of drawstring cord with a great Japanese origami flower.

 

  • Student Maximum: 12 (3 seats left)
  • Category(ies): Fiber and Needle Arts, Accessories, Embellishment, Surface Design, Sewing Fundamentals
  • Experience Level:

    All welcome

  • Supply List: Scissors, hand sewing needle with sharp point and larger eye, rotary cutter and ruler. Note: Rotary cutting mat will be available in the classroom.
  • Completion Level:

    Hand stitching in class and complete the bag at home

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