Sashiko mending

Learn the art of Sashiko Mending and give a new life to your worn-out clothes. Discover traditional Japanese embroidery techniques and create unique and stylish repairs for your garments.
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Mending Project: Wide Legged Levi's & Kimono Scraps

Choosing the right jeans Most of the mending projects I share are pretty extreme examples of patching using sashiko inspired mending techniques combined with my own stitching style. The examples that I share are either my own jeans or those that I've found while shopping at thrift/secondhand shops and garage sales. Whe

Debbie Bernstein
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Sashiko changed my life!

What is sashiko? Sashiko, meaning "little stabs" is a Japanese style of stitching. In traditional Japanese mending, sashiko is a style of hand stitching used to repair textiles or to create layers for added warmth in working garments. It is creating small repeating stitches that form a pattern, the patterns often inspi

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Beginning Mending: A Guide to the Tools You Need For Visible Mending & How to Use Them

Have you been looking at images of clothing mended so beautifully, you almost hope to rip a hole in your jeans? But what are the materials you actually need to get started? You are in the right place! I pulled together a collection of materials that I think are a must to get started with visible mending, and how and

Katja Isianalou Lysbringer
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Boro Stitching: The Ancient Japanese Practice of Mending - Canadian Quilters Association/Association Canadienne de la Courtepointe

Boro is a Japanese word meaning “tatters,” originally born out of poverty. Rural women would apply layer-upon-layer of indigo-dyed hemp with running stitches, also known as Sashiko, to patch clothing […]

Lisanne Libner
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How to mend your clothes with beautiful Japanese sashiko | aboderie

Sashiko is a Japanese hand-sewing style that was originally used by working class people as a means to mend used clothing and household items. But it is so much more than that! The even, geometric patterns of sashiko create a beautiful decorative effect, so that they go beyond being purely practical

Vicki Markiewicz