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Learn a traditional Japanese form of reinforcement or decorative stitching called Sashiko (or "little stabs").  We'll talk about the techniques behind this popular form of hand-stitching and then stitch a colorful 12"x12" linen panel with cotton thread.  This class is beginner friendly and includes all materials needed (panel, thread, and sashiko needle).  Join us for a fun & meditative stitch-session.

Sashiko Stitching, Sat., Jan 25th, 10am-12pm

  • Workshop Info

    Date: Saturday, January 25th

    Time: 10am-12pm (2 hours of instruction)

    Class Size: 8

    Instructor:  Carissa Englert

    Required Materials:  None required; you'll pick them out in class.  This class is beginner friendly!

  • Cancellation Policy

    Cancellations must be made a week or more prior to the workshop date in order to receive a full refund.  No refunds or class makeups are given for failure to attend or cancellations within 7 days.  If a class is cancelled by TINT or the instructor, a full refund will be given to the students.