Sew Japanese Sashiko work to make a small tea mat. We will look at the Sashiko patterns and the history behind it while enjoying stitching these fascinating patterns. Finish off the mat to take home for your afternoon tea.
Textile artist Helen Barnes takes us with her on her world tour of embroidery, as she teaches the skills she brought back. Others in the World Heritage Series include Vietnamese embroidery, Kanthan embroidery from West Bengal and Bangladesh & Shisha mirror work from India & Pakistan – see 'More from this Maker' for details and booking.
Level: suitable for beginners and above.
Cancellation and a full refund can be obtained up to 2 weeks before the course starts. Start dates may be amended on request.
Classes are individually priced & include the tools to use in class and all materials, unless otherwise indicated.
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