Machine Sashiko Stitches
Classes with Jayne Brogan • Educational, G, 27-Sep-2021
Sashiko is a traditional Japanese hand embroidery stitch. But you can make them on a machine too. All with the help of a Janome Memory Craft 9450 QCP sewing machine.
Here, Jayne Brogan and Valerie Nesbitt show you how to make stunningly beautiful Sashiko stitches.
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