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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 19 posts per year

Posts per year

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Posts per year
Year starting Posts
2022 16
2023 22
2024 1

Any gaps could be due to errors when fetching the blog’s feed.

Most recent posts

If you are reading this on the 8th of February or December, DON'T USE ANY OF YOUR NEEDLES!!A tradition for broken hearts needlesHarikuyō is a ceremony during which old needles are laid to rest, preferably …
On , by Janette Haruguchi, 653 words
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