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Stitches on the Run

Sashiko is the way to go if you want to put a little magic on your clothes and anything else made of fabric.

  • By Janette Haruguchi
  • Based in Japan
  • Roughly six posts per month

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Oct 2022 2
Nov 2022 3
Dec 2022 1
Jan 2023 2
Feb 2023 1
Mar 2023 1
Apr 2023 0
May 2023 0
Jun 2023 0
Jul 2023 0
Aug 2023 0
Sep 2023 18
Oct 2023 0
Nov 2023 0
Dec 2023 0

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Most recent posts

The traditional Japanese sashiko pattern jūjihanazashi 十字花刺し means "letter ten flower stitches."It consists of crosses, which look exactly like the letter ten in Japanese: 十, hence the name. Some of the crosses are connected, which …
On , by Janette Haruguchi, 202 words
The modern Japanese sashiko pattern tulips チューリップ means, surprisesurprise: "tulips." The pattern is made up of straight vertical and diagonal lines. There are moyōzashi versions of this pattern, too, but this one is categorized into …
On , by Janette Haruguchi, 127 words
The modern Japanese sashiko pattern chōmusubi 蝶結び means "bowknots" and features tiny ribbons alternating with tiny crosses. It is a hitomezashi pattern that screams cuteness. Especially in pink.Meaning of the sashiko pattern chōmusubiI could probably …
On , by Janette Haruguchi, 155 words