Fri, 03 Apr | Morunga


Come and learn the ancient hand sewing art of Sashiko
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Time & Location

03 Apr 2020, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Morunga, 356 Rangiwahia Road, Kimbolton 4774, New Zealand

About the Event

Sashiko is a beautiful form of functional embroidery that originated in Japan. Traditionally used to reinforce and repair, this stitching uses a simple running stitch to create intricate geometric and natural motifs. Nowadays it is revered for its beauty and simplicity as well as its versatility – on quilts, runners, cushions, placemats, coasters etc. 


Come and learn Sashiko while working on your own sampler mug rug. Learn about its history, different patterns and motifs, and how to make and trace your own patterns (without templates). This is a hands-on, relaxed, learn-at-your-own-pace class that will give you the confidence to continue working with Sashiko. 

Early registration is important as we keep our class sizes to a maximum of five. Or better yet, get a group of three or more together and we can arrange a date to suit you. 


Friday 3rd of April 2020 | 10am to 4pm. 

Morning tea and afternoon tea included. Lunch available on the day at our in-house cafe Hazelnuts & Rhubarb. Let us know of any dietary requirements ahead of time.

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