Sashiko "Hitomezashi" Workshop by Atsushi Futatsuya

Sashiko "Hitomezashi" Workshop by Atsushi Futatsuya

$138.00

Date: 
Sunday, June 25, 15:00 - 18:00

Location:
Calliope
349 West 12th St. (between Washington & Greenwich Sts)
West Village, NYC

Duration: 3 hours 

This is an intermediate class available for those who have taken Futatsuya's Sashiko Workshops. Futatsuya guides you through first steps to master "Hitomezashi," one of traditional sashiko techniques to layer and reinforce fabric with reversible embroidery. 

You will be stitching traditional "kakino-ha" (persimmon leaves) pattern on indigo fabric large enough to make a table mat. 

*You require to take Futatsuya's Sashiko Stitching Workshop to join this class. Please bring sashiko needle and thimble from the class. Sashiko threads are included in the class. Additional materials are available for purchase during the class. 

Instructor: Atsushi Futatsuya
Born as the third generation of a surviving sashiko family in Gifu prefecture, Atsushi literary grew up with sashiko. He launched the Sashi.Co project with his mother, Keiko, who has over thirty-year experience of sashiko stitching as a platform to introduce their masterful works. They have hosted workshops in New York, the Netherlands and Japan. 
http://upcyclestitches.com/

Find more about this class on Sashi.Co blog

*Workshop tickets are non-refundable once your purchase is completed. 

Instructor: Atsushi Futatsuya
Born as the third generation of a surviving sashiko family in Gifu prefecture, Atsushi literary grew up with sashiko. He launched the Sashi.Co project with his mother, Keiko, who has over thirty-year experience of sashiko stitching as a platform to introduce their masterful works. They have hosted workshops in New York, the Netherlands and Japan. 
http://upcyclestitches.com/