Sashiko & Hitome-Zashi Coasters
Hand-printed in Japan. Printed with water-soluble ink.
What makes it Hitome-sashi rather than simply Sashiko?
The designs are made up of dense stitches arranged to build a pattern, while at the same time adding extra strength to the fabric(s) they are stitched on. Sashiko designs make large overall designs which hold two or more layers of fabric together (like quilting with big stitches), Hitome-zashi designs build small denser designs that look rather like weaving patterns.
♡ Hand-printed Coaster Pattern. Cloth Size: 35cmx 47cm
Finished coaster size: 12cm x 12cm. 85% Cotton/15% Linen
♡ Olympus Sashiko Threads – 100 m
♡ 2x Sashiko Needles
♡ Plain backing fabric in the same colour included
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