Japanese Sashiko Embroidery, adults & teens aged 12 & up
Sashiko is a Japanese folk-art that had its origins in Edo period Japan, and has evolved over centuries from a frugal necessity into the decorative art so cherished today. The word Sashiko (刺し子) literally means 'little stabs', a reference to the simple running stitch employed in repeating or interlocking patterns.
In this beginners workshop, you'll make one drink coaster using decorative Sashiko stitches. All materials will be supplied. No experience necessary.
- Saturday, June 25, 2022
- 2:00pm - 4:00pm
- Tenafly - Friends Room
- Tenafly Public Library