Sashiko Embroidery for Beginners VIA ZOOM
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Sashiko Embroidery for Beginners VIA ZOOM

The Japanese word Sashiko means “little stabs“ and is a form of embroidery dating back to the 1600s. Using a simple running stitch, intricate geometric patterns take shape that can be used to mend and decorate clothing and other fabrics. This online class will teach you the rules and basics of Sashiko while we working on the design samples from the Sashiko embroidery kit available at LYS. 
Students need to purchase their Sashiko embroidery mini kit prior to class. The kit contains everything that you will need for class. 
You will need a computer or iPad with a screen larger than a cell phone to be able to see what the teacher will be demonstrating in response to your questions.  
Your class login will be sent 24 hours before class.  Please arrive promptly at the start of class so you can settle in.  

The registration fee is per Login Via Zoom.  You are welcome to have a 2nd or 3rd student beside you as you participate in class during the Stay at Home order.
Materials: Sashiko embroidery mini kit available at LYS.  Sashiko Mini Embroidery Kit

Skill Level: beginner
Skill Details:
Materials Included: Sashiko Kit is not included in the cost of the class and is purchased separately.
Instructor: Kathryn Van Auken

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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.