How to Stitch SASHIKO

If you want some HOW-TO imformation on stitching sashiko, there are any number of excellent blogs, websites and videos.  Here are a few I found. Check them out or start stitching on your own!

How To Stitch Sashiko

  • A Threaded Needle  is a wonderful source for sashiko supplies and  How To information with photos
  • Studio Aiko    An excellent source for information and instructions on traditional sashiko

Traditional Japanese sashiko patterns are usually stitched on indigo blue fabric with white or off-white thread.

Designs are printed on 100% cotton. Traditional designs and quilt blocks with Southwest Designs, Hawaiian Designs and Pacific Northwest designs are available.

Sashiko Kit - Traditional Japanese Design: ASA NO HA
Sashiko KIT icludes thread and needles: Hemp Leaf ASA NO HA
Sashiko Kit - Traditional Japanese Design: ASA NO HA
Sashiko KIT icludes thread and needles: Hemp Leaf ASA NO HA
Sashiko Stitching, Sashiko Kit
Sashiko Kit includes thread and needles: Balance  FUNDO
Stamped sashiko quilt blocks with southwest designs pre-printed on indigo KONA 100% cotton fabric
FOUR CORNERS design inspired by Navajo rugs
Sashiko Kit
Sashiko KIT includes thread and needles: CACTUS
Sashiko Kit
Sashiko Kit includes thread and needles:  Seven Treasures
Sashiko Stitching, Sashiko Kit
Sashiko Kit includes thread and needles: NOWAKI – Grass Blowing in the Wind

2 thoughts on “How to Stitch SASHIKO

  1. Hi! My name is Laura Iam a Japanese descendant in Brazil. I happened to know Sashiko and I intent to stitch starting with cushions. I loved some Ihave seen. I am now retired and working as a volunteer..Thanks for some useful information.Wish me luck for the future projects.

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