November 03, 2009

Sashiko.












Love this sashiko book from Susan Briscoe.

17 comments:

  1. Sashiko stitching is so lovely. Will you be trying this? A woman in my town displayed her sashiko work at our local library. I iked it very much.

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  2. beautiful kimonos. looks like an interesting book.

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  3. I had a love affair with sashiko and twisted it little for my needs (you may have seen it).

    Do you know this site? It is a gallery in New York and shows traditional Japanese textiles: http://threads.srithreads.com

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  4. to maribeth: i would love to, just need more time for the moment:(

    to bohemian girl: i had a look at your textile work, lovely! didn't knew the site yet :)

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  5. love these images, looks like an inspiring book.

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  6. Beautiful images. Looks like a great book. Thanks Renilde. Kx

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  7. Wat een mooie post, zou zo in het boek willen duiken. Heb gisteren nog aan jou gedacht op de boekenbeurs; bij Lannoo stonden 2 mooie boeken over historisch textiel. Beetje prijzig. Misschien binnenkort wel op te vragen in een bibliotheek.

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  8. lovely! i like how she says she is happy to dedicate her books, just provide a "congratulations" or a "happy birthday". very sweet. are your pictures from the sourcebook one? thanks for this post, it has added another to my loooong list of wished for books:)

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  9. to ii-ne-kore: it is the second one

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  10. This book is very beautiful. I like very much your blog and your pictures of Embroidery. after sewing knitting & hook, you give me the taste to try to do it.
    sorry for my bad english

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  11. oh i have been curious about sashiko too.will do some more research now.. thanks for this post.

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  12. you alwayas make my day. love your work and blog.Thank you R.enilde

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