Woven Bamboo is the second course in the Sashiko Starter Series and focuses on Moyouzashi sashiko. A close cousin to Hitomezashi (introduced in the Rice Stitch class), the Woven Bamboo stitch has you stitching along angled lines. Authors and instructors Jason and Shannon Mullett-Bowlsby through years of research and practice have become experts in Sashiko and Boro. Their up-close camera angles, easy-to-understand instructions, and entertaining dialog are why folks love to learn from them.
Woven bamboo is a combination of two stitch patterns that we use for visible mending, quilting, and general embellishment and Jason and Shannon are going to take you through each phase of making this stitch pattern. And they will show you examples of how to use it in your crafting and making. Whether you are looking to learn a new hand stitching craft or want to kick up your visible mending, embroidery, or quilting skills, come take your first sashiko steps today!
Take the next step in your Sashiko journey and learn step-by-step instructions for the Woven Bamboo stitch (a perfect follow up to the Rice Stitch)
Learn to hold your needle correctly and how to practice your stitches...Unchin!
Master the lines and angles of the stitch, and avoid common pitfalls with the guidance of the Shibaguyz
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Welcome to Woven Bamboo Moyouzashi Sashiko
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