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Sashiko Kurs - Einführungskurs - Sa 25.3.2023

129,00 CHF*

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Produktnummer: SW13287
Hersteller: Ying Design

Produktinformationen "Sashiko Kurs - Einführungskurs - Sa 25.3.2023"

Sashiko Einführungskurs Samstag 25.3.2023 von 16 - 18:30 Uhr

Interessierst du dich für Sashiko – die traditionelle japanische Stickerei- und Reparatur-Technik? Dann ist der Sashiko Einführungskurs genau richtig für dich.

Dann komm in unseren Sashiko Einführungskurs. Du lernst wie du ein Sashiko Projekt vorbereitest und beginnst, erhälst eine Einführung in die Grundtechniken und entdeckst viele Tipps und Tricks beim gemeinsamen Sticken.
Im Kurs sticken wir gemeinsam ein YumeFukin Sashiko - Handtuch. Du stickst dabei in deinem Tempo und kannst es ggfs. zu Hause fertig Sticken. Im Kurs erhältst du Vorschläge, wie du das Tuch weiterverarbeiten kannst (z.B. zu einem Täschchen, einem Buchumschlag und vielem mehr).

Datum:

- Sa 25.3.2023 16 - 18.30 Uhr

Preis & Platzzahl, Kursort, Kursleitung

Preis: 129.- inkl. Material
Platzzahl: max. 6 TeilnehmerInnen
Kursort: Katharina-Sulzer-Platz 12 in 8400 Winterthur; 5 Minuten vom HB Winterthur
Kursleitung: Rosina Löhrer

Enthaltenes Material:

- Sashiko Nadel Set
- Sashiko Garn deiner Wahl
- Sashiko Tuch (Yume Fukin) deiner Wahl

Im Kurs lernst du:

- Vorbereitung & Start eines Sashiko Projekts (Traumhandtuch falten, Rand Sticken, Garn vorbereiten)
- Sashiko Stick – Grundtechniken
- Gemeinsames Sticken am Projekt
- Ideen wie ein Sashiko Tuch weiterverarbeitet werden kann
- Allgemeine Infos rund um das Thema Sashiko

So meldest du dich an

- Via Website www.yingdesign.ch 
- Via Email an info@yingdesign.ch 
- Via Telefon an 052 549 16 74

Weitere Infos:

- Nach der Anmeldung ist die Zahlung innert 14 Tagen fällig. Mit der Zahlung ist die Anmeldung definitiv und der Kursplatz reserviert
- Bei einer Abmeldung bis 4 Wochen vor Kursbeginn erältst du 100% zurückerstattet, bis 2Wochen 50%, weniger als 2 Wochen vor Kursbeginn ist keine Rückerstattung mehr möglich.
- Die Mindestteilnehmerzahl für die Durchführung des Kurses sind 3 Teilnehmer.
- Kann der Kurs kurzfristig nicht stattfinden, erhältst du den ganzen Kursbetrag zurückerstattet.

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