Sashiko: Kogin • October 29
Adult, Classes, Education, Featured Class
Tuesday, October 29, 6 – 9 pm
Explore a different form of Japanese stitching. Kogin is a type of Sashiko, using a loosely woven fabric and straight stitches to create densely filled symmetrical motifs and repeating patterns. Working with a kit containing authentic kogin thread, needle, and pre-designed fabric, you will test out kogin stitches, learn about the history of the technique, and come away with a hand-stitched pincushion. This project-based class is perfect for beginners! **See supply list of items to bring to class**
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Sandra Brick is a trainer, coach, and educator with over 21 years of experience with the Textile Center both as an instructor and former Board member. She has designed and developed 35+ workshops and courses in a diverse range of workshop topics such as fabric dyeing, design theory, beading, creative problem solving, and technology workshops for artists. Brick’s explorations in new materials and techniques have inspired her innovative body of work in surface design, stitching and mixed media, which has been widely exhibited. texturedelements.com
$52.20 – $58.00