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Sashiko Garn - 40m - Mint Cream - Awai-iro

Sashiko Garn Olympus: Mint Cream A3

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Sashiko Bücher

Japanische Muster Sticken - Techniken, Projekte, 280 Vorlagen
Die Welt des japanischen Stickens entdecken. Zwei traditionelle japanische Muster in zeitgenössischer Umgebung: Kogin und Hishizashi. Sashiko-Stickgrundlagen, Nähanleitungen, Mustervorlagen. Japanisches Textildesign, ästhetisch fotografiert. Die Ästhetik von japanischen Stickereien fasziniert alle. Dieses Buch bietet eine vollständige Einführung in zwei noch wenig bekannte traditionelle Sashiko-Stile: Kogin und Hishizashi. Keiko Sakamoto erklärt den Aufbau dieser dekorativen Muster und ihre Ursprünge im rauen Klima Nordjapans. Wunderschöne Fotos inspirieren dazu, diese außergewöhnlichen Designs nachzuarbeiten. Dazu führt die Autorin Schritt für Schritt durch 12 Projekte, mit Schwierigkeitsgraden sowohl für Anfänger als auch erfahrene Sticker:innen. Das Buch enthält eine der umfangreichsten Sammlungen von traditionellen Kogin- und Hishizashi-Mustern und eröffnet damit grenzenlose Möglichkeiten, eigene Kleidungsstücke und Accessoires zu veredeln.Sprache: DeutschAutorentextKeiko Sakamoto beschäftigt sich schon seit 20 Jahren mit japanischer Sashiko-Stickerei. Sie erlernte Stick- und Nähtechniken bei einem traditionellen Tokioter Kimonoschneider und hat an zahlreichen Publikationen zu diesem Thema mitgewirkt. www.aya-studio.comKlappentextDie Welt des japanischen Stickens entdecken.Zwei traditionelle japanische Muster in zeitgenössischer Umgebung: Kogin und Hishizashi.Sashiko-Stickgrundlagen, Nähanleitungen, Mustervorlagen.Japanisches Textildesign, ästhetisch fotografiert.Die Ästhetik von japanischen Stickereien fasziniert alle. Dieses Buch bietet eine vollständige Einführung in zwei noch wenig bekannte traditionelle Sashiko-Stile: Kogin und Hishizashi.Keiko Sakamoto erklärt den Aufbau dieser dekorativen Muster und ihre Ursprünge im rauen Klima Nordjapans. Wunderschöne Fotos inspirieren dazu, diese außergewöhnlichen Designs nachzuarbeiten. Dazu führt die Autorin Schritt für Schritt durch 12 Projekte, mit Schwierigkeitsgraden sowohl für Anfänger als auch erfahrene Sticker:innen. Das Buch enthält eine der umfangreichsten Sammlungen von traditionellen Kogin- und Hishizashi-Mustern und eröffnet damit grenzenlose Möglichkeiten, eigene Kleidungsstücke und Accessoires zu veredeln.

37,00 CHF*

The Art of Repair - Mindful Mending: How to Stitch Old Things to New Life Mindful mending: how to stitch old things to new life - Molly Martin
'Part how-to guide, part manifesto - a gentle exhortation that encourages us to reconnect with our damaged belongings and ourselves.' TOAST magazineFor Molly Martin, it all started with a pair of socks. Her favourite pair. When the heels became threadbare, her mother got out her darning mushroom and showed her how to reinforce the thinning stitches and bring them back to life. She has been stitching and darning ever since.In The Art of Repair, Molly explores the humble origins of repair and how the act of mending a cherished item carefully by hand offers not just a practical solution but nourishment for the soul. Using her own beautiful illustrations, she guides us through the basics of the craft - from piecing and patching to the ancient Japanese art of Sashiko.This book will stay with you long after you put down your needle and thread. It offers an antidote to our increasingly disposable lifestyle, encouraging us to reconnect not just with the everyday objects in our environment but also with ourselves.

26,50 CHF*

The Ultimate Kogin Collection - Projects and patterns for counted sashiko embroidery - Susan Briscoe
Discover the beautiful Japanese pattern darning technique kogin and how it can be used to create stunning stitched and quilted projects. Briscoe has compiled a collection of over 60 pattern charts and 12 accompanying projects to create The Ultimate Kogin Collection.Sprache: Englisch

29,90 CHF*

Resilient Stitch - Wellbeing and Connection in Textile Art - Claire Wellesley-Smith
Following on from her textile hit Slow Stitch, author Claire Wellesley-Smith considers the importance of connection and ideas around wellbeing when using textiles for individuals and communities, including practical ideas around ''thinking-through-making'', using ''resonant'' materials and extending the life of pieces using traditional and non-traditional methods. Contemporary textile artists using these themes in their work feature alongside personal work from Claire and examples from community-based textile projects. The book features some of the very best textile artists around, esteemed American fiber artists and the doyenne of textiles, Alice Kettle.Resilient fabrics that can be manipulated, stressed, withstand tension and be made anew are recommended throughout the book, as well as techniques such as layering, patching, reinforcing, re-stitching and mending, plus ideas for the inclusion of everyday materials in your work. There''s an exploration of ways to link your emotional health with your textile practice, and ''Community'' suggests ways to make connections with others in your regular textile work. ''Landscape'' has a range of suggestions and examples of immersing your work in the local landscape, a terrific way to find meaning in your work and a sense of place. Finally, there is a moving account of one textile community''s creative response to the 2020 coronavirus pandemic.The connection between wellbeing and the creation of textiles has never been stronger, and, as a leading exponent of this campaign, Claire is the perfect author to help you find more than just a finished textile at the end of a project.

39,50 CHF*

Sashiko - 20 Projects using traditional Japanese Stitching - Jill Clay
"Learn the stunning art of sashiko stitching with this comprehensive guide that's packed with inspirational ideas. 20 appealing projects including brooches, greetings cards, notebook covers, bedding, a door curtain and wall-hanging. Includes a Pattern Library with an array of traditional sashiko patterns to create your own unique designs and projects." --Jill Clay worked as a silk artist and taught adult education including City and Guild Textiles for many years. She started a tour company, Festival of Japan, with a special focus on textiles. Sashiko stitching now remains her favorite pastime. Jill lives in Richmond, North Yorkshire, UK.

26,50 CHF*

Japanese Sashiko Inspirations - 25 Ways to explore a traditional technique - Susan Briscoe
Capture the essence of Japanese design with sashiko, the traditional technique of using decorative stitching to create striking patterns on fabric with lines of simple running stitchExperiment with 12 essential sashiko techniques - each chapter includes a small starter project, ideal for beginners, then a more intricate design to perfect new skillsDiscover all you need to know about threads, fabrics, and techniques, with a look into the history of sashiko. Achieve beautiful and creative results by combining modern materials with Japan's rich textile heritageBe inspired by the traditional Japanese pieces that influenced the 25 stylish projectsSusan Briscoe was first introduced to sashiko in the early 1990's while teaching English in northern Japan. Her sashiko designs have been published in popular magazines includingPopular Patchwork,Patchwork and Quilting andFabrications. This is her fourth title from D&C.

29,90 CHF*

Sashiko for Making and Mending - 15 Simple Japanese Embroidery Projects - Lidaku Saki
In diesem schön illustrierten Buch findest du 15 Ideen für einfache traditionell japanische Stickprojekte.Die Projekte sind gut erklärt und mit Anleitungen illustriert.Sprache: EnglischSeitenzahl: 80Maße (L/B/H): 25.9/19.3/1.5 cmGewicht: 556 gSprache: EnglischISBN: 978-0-8048-5385-9

22,90 CHF*

Make and Mend: Sashiko-Inspired Embroidery Projects to Customize and Repair Textiles and Decorate Your Home - Marquez Jessica
An exquisite, full-color guide to sashiko, a simple Japanese stitching technique that uses stunning patterns to decorate or repair clothing, accessories, and home textiles.Requiring no special equipment other than a sewing needle and thread, Make and Mend introduces the incredibly simple technique of sashiko--a striking hand-sewing method using a running stitch to form pleasing geometric patterns. Sashiko is traditionally used to mend and repair clothing and textiles, but it can just as easily be used to create beautiful, decorative projects for the home. With fifteen projects applying a modern, on-trend aesthetic to this ancient craft, Make and Mend shows readers how to apply sashiko stitching to a variety of craft projects, such as repairing torn jeans, mending a ripped hem, and making decorative pillows, napkins, a tablecloth, and a totebag. Touching on the concepts of beauty in minimalism and resourceful simplicity, as well as a fascination with Japan and Japanese design, this easy and accessible book appeals to both the seasoned maker and total beginner.Verlag: Random House N.Y.Seitenzahl: 160Maße (L/B/H): 19.9/17/2 cmGewicht: 417 gSprache: EnglischISBN: 978-0-399-57943-1

21,90 CHF*

Modern Kogin - Simple & Stylisch Sashiko Embroidery Projects - Boutique-Sha
From the leading Japanese craft and lifestyle publisher Boutique-Sha, twenty-five projects applying the kogin embroidery technique, bringing about simple and attractive geometric patterns.Einband: TaschenbuchErscheinungsdatum: 22.04.2020Verlag: Search PressSeitenzahl: 112Maße (L/B/H): 25.8/20.4/1 cmGewicht: 428 gSprache: EnglischISBN: 978-1-78221-894-4

22,90 CHF*

The Book of Boro - Techniques and Patterns inspired by traditional japanese Textiles - Susan Briscoe
Boro is the ultimate slow stitching technique. This collection explores the history of Japanese textile technique boro, and its relevance to the contemporary sewer looking for sustainable sewing techniques.

27,90 CHF*