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Sashiko began when Japanese peasants developed a stitching technique that they called "little stabs" to patch torn and worn clothings. Modern Sashiko is a running stitch worked in repeating or interlocking patterns through one of more layers of fabric. You'll learn this relaxing technique as we work on a placement.
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