A great opportunity to learn Traditional Sashiko Stitching from a Japanese Sashiko Artist.
This is a listing of the workshop registration happening in NYC (Tribeca Neighborhood) on 7/21(SAT) or 7/22(SUN). All the tutorials, instruction slides, tools, and supplies you need will be provided in the workshop. Please understand that you need to be in Tribeca Area in NYC at the time of workshop to get the full experience.
Please choose the date & time. I offer the intensive 3 hours of Sashiko stitching workshop.
July 21st, Saturday, 10 am to 1:15 pm for 3 hours + α | SOLD OUT. Thank you. or July 21st, Saturday, 2:45 am to 6:00 pm for 3 hours + α | or July 22nd, Sunday, 2 pm to 5:15 pm for 3 hours + α |
Thank you. The Sunday Afternoon Workshop is full. Please contact me for the possible waiting list or another opening for the workshops.
Are you interested in Sashiko? Looking for more tips to enjoy Sashiko? This is a great opportunity for you to learn the Japanese Traditional Sashiko from the expert. The instructor, Atsushi Futatsuya, was born in a surviving Sashiko family in Japan. With a lot of experience in Sashiko stitching, Atsushi had offered many Sashiko workshops in English with complete satisfaction from participants.
Google "Atsushi Futatsuya" and you will get more information.
This is the Basic yet Core workshop to learn how to make great Sashiko stitching in an efficient way. We will focus on how to use Sashiko thimble and Sashiko needle and will stand next to you and demonstrate, reposition your hands, and teach you everything you need to enjoy Japanese traditional Sashiko.
The workshop comes with:
- Sashiko needles - Sashiko thimble - Skein of white sashiko thread (approx. 145 meters) - Sashiko Thread Bobbin Paper - Indigo fabric with Asano-ha patterns printed on - Interfacing and Cotton Poplin fabric for tailoring the project at home - PDF data of extra Japanese Traditional Sashiko Patterns - Access to Atsushi by e-mail with questions regarding the workshop and follow-up (Similar to our Sashiko Starter Complete Kit.)
With the supplies we provide, you would be able to make either, a tote-bag, placemat(s), table-runner, or some coasters. *The instructor will not teach you how to sew-up the piece. You will get all the information you need to enjoy Sashiko.
No requirement of previous stitching or embroidery experience to take this class. All tools are provided. You are welcome to bring your own sewing tools, but not necessary. This kit has large enough fabric and material to make a tote bag, placemats, or several coasters after completing the Sashiko stitching.
Attendees can receive refunds up to 30 days before your event start date (6/21 is the last day of the refund). The ticket is transferable to someone for the purchase date and time, but not transferable to the other date and time after the refunds policy ends.