Sashiko Stitching- April 21st
Sunday, April 21st
In this class, we’ll learn the basics of Sashiko stitching! Students will learn to use this embroidery technique to create patterns and shapes on printed fabric. Sashiko is a traditional Japanese technique used to reinforce points of wear, and often used for purely decorative purposes in quilting and embroidery. Students will be working on pre-printed projects: either a set of coasters or a napkin.
All materials are provided.
No experience required!
Never done embroidery before? No problem! This class is a great place to get started!
Register by April 14th!
Please register in advance, as that helps our teacher prepare, and also helps prevent class cancelation. Plus: if you register by April 14th, you save $10! This class needs at least 5 students enrolled to run- so if we don’t get enough sign ups, the class may be canceled and 100% of your class fees refunded (unless you’d rather apply your payment towards another class). In the event of class cancelation, we’ll give you at least 24 hours notice. Thanks for understanding!
About our teacher:
Rajni Kavula is the artist and maker behind Adroit’s beautiful Indigo-dyed clothing and accessories, which you might have seen here at the shop. She has a degree in fine arts, and started her handmade journey with crochet, then later hand dyeing, though she is always learning and experimenting with new techniques. She mostly works with natural fabrics like linen, rayon, silk, and cotton yarn, as sustainable living is so very important in times like these. Rajni also teaches our Fiber Jewelry and Indigo classes- learning new techniques has been such a wonderful experience for her, and she hopes to pass on that joy to her students!
$70 Early Bird Registration // $80 Enrollment after April 14th.