with Elizabeth Cogar
Jun 26, 6-9pm
This form of Japanese stitching is easy to learn and endlessly useful for mending and decorative embellishment. We'll stitch a simple sashiko sampler and learn about ways to mend fabric that will hold up against frequent use.
ELIZABETH COGAR learned her improvisational teaching and making style from her artist mother. She works with textiles, exploring methods of dyeing, printing, hand-stitching and sewing, and sells small batches of fabric items as Yippy Skippy. She also runs creative events under the name of Makeshop (www.makeshop.co) and is a freelance writer. She manages Studio Two Three’s classes and Sip N Stitch group (first Wednesdays).