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Assortment of sashiko embroidery #1. No clue from where.
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Assortment of sashiko embroidery #1. No clue from where.

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Beautiful vintage sashiko used to mend a garment.
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before it fades. (Source: indigovy-drak, via aonoco)

stitchy chevron and sashiko

i love that pattern in the upper fabric. lovely color too

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Beautiful vintage sashiko used to mend a garment.

Beautiful vintage sashiko used to mend a garment.
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Белое на синем: традиционная японская вышивка сашико
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Indigo Sashiko stitched hand guards, apan
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sashiko stitched hand guards "They probably date to the early to mid twentieth century.

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Indigo Sashiko stitched hand guards, apan

Indigo Sashiko stitched hand guards, apan

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La Lita Art&Craft, Sashiko Embroidery, Bogor-Indonesia

La Lita Art&Craft, Sashiko Embroidery, Bogor-Indonesia

sashiko stitchig.  In Nambu, a more southern and eastern area of Aomori, where the climate is a bit less harsh than in Tsugaru, Nambu-hishizashi embroidery was done.  Shown here is a sampler of the distinctive, colored, lozenge shapes that are characteristic of Nambu-hishizashi work. Most likely this little sampler dates to the Meiji era (1868-1912).

A Kogin Stitching Sampler: Nambu-hishizashi Embroidery from Aomori Prefecture // SRI Threads

The antique indigo cloth above has a traditional wisteria design with a kanji in the center. It is set against a background of sashiko embroidered traditional patterns. (Tokyo Jinja)

The antique indigo cloth above has a traditional wisteria design with a kanji in the center. It is set against a background of sashiko embroidered traditional patterns.

Antique Japanese Heel-Guards were used for work and for everyday chores, of course they were intentionally meant to be as attractive as possible, and great care was given to the patterns and how they were stitched.

Today I’m showing two pairs of beautifully sashiko stitched akutogake or heel guards. These small, hand decorated cotton pieces are used to cover the back of the heel of the foot, for protec…

"That Holy Room" by Debby Schnabel: 2013 Housetop Quilts exhibit: a Whole Cloth quilt with hand-painted fabric, heavily embroidered in kantha style

"That Holy Room" by Debby Schnabel: 2013 Housetop Quilts exhibit: a Whole Cloth quilt with hand-painted fabric, heavily embroidered in kantha style

Ralli quilt, made from layers of discarded cloth and then overstitched in continuous  lines of running stitch to strengthen fabric.

Ralli quilt, made from layers of discarded cloth and then overstitched in continuous lines of running stitch to strengthen fabric.

Here at BeBe Bold we were pretty excited when our tsumugi cut cloth packs…

Tsumugi Cotton and City Nights Quilt

Here at BeBe Bold we were pretty excited when our tsumugi cut cloth packs…

Sashiko isn't always white on indigo. The vertical embroidery here is a traditional sashiko stitch in the traditional use of strengthening fabric.

Sashiko isn't always white on indigo. The vertical embroidery is a traditional sashiko stitch used for strengthening fabric.

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