What's New Wednesday Recap - October 28, 2020

What's New Wednesday Recap - October 28, 2020

Last night I hosted a What's New Wednesday session on Instagram Live that was jam packed with new supplies that have recently arrived in the shop and some tips and tricks on how to stitch Sashiko samplers. 

You can view all of the new items I talked about by browsing the New Arrivals section of the shop. Here are the direct links to a few of the items I highlighted...

The Books I mentioned for finding Sashiko designs:

    • The Ultimate Sashiko Sourcebook by Susan Briscoe
    • Make & Mend by Jessica Marquez
    • The Olympus Hitomenzashi Textbook (Not available for Retail sale, but here is the ISBN4939459649774, in case you ever come across one in your internet wandering) 

The Different Styles of Sashiko:

  • Moyozashi (Patterned Sashiko both Traditional and Modern Designs)

  • Hitomezashi (Single Stitch)


  • Kuguri-sashi (Stitch & Weave)

  • Kogin


 You can find the blog post that walks you through the order for stitching Hitomezashi designs here. 

Sashiko Giveaway BundleHere is your chance to win a Sashiko Stitching Bundle! This set includes 4 different pre-printed Sashiko samplers, the complete collection of Solid Olympus Sashiko Threads, 3 packs of Sashiko Needles, a Clover Sashiko palm thimble and an Embroidery Scissor set. Everything you need to start stitching!

To Enter:

A winner will be selected at random and announced on Tuesday, November 3rd. Good Luck! 


  • Linda

    Love all your sashiko supplies and unique embroidery samplers. A fun place to find gifts for my sewing friends!

  • Haley Bradley

    I loved watching you show all your new goodies! I can’t wait to try sashiko!

  • Mercedes Dewey

    I have loved watching your evolution over the years— I purchased wooden discs from you many years ago. I love your style, skill and generous heart. Sashiko is my passion too.

  • Leona

    Just found this beautiful shop online and bought my first sashiko kits!

  • Jacquie B.

    I’m 6 months into learning hand embroidery and I’d love to try out Sashiko!

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