Hanafukin Japanese Flower Cloth Stitching Workshop: In Person with Rachel Barclay


From 9:30 am until 1:30 pm

At Bazaar Girls Yarn Shop

$120 includes materials

"Hanafukin" translates as "flower cloth." This stitched cotton tea towel or kitchen cloth is meant to be both beautiful and utilitarian. With a cotton cloth as canvas, you'll use a simple running stitch to create a Sashiko pattern sampler of bold geometric patterns and floral stencil motifs. You'll learn how to use a grid to lay out designs, draw with templates and rulers to create patterns and use "small stabs" to stitch geometric Sashiko patterns onto your future heirloom kitchen towel.

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