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Sashiko means "little stabs" and is a Japanese style of hand embroidery. Beautifully intricate patterns are created with a simple running stitch using thick cotton Sashiko thread. Sashiko is great for beginning and advanced stitchers alike. Easy to learn and relaxing to do!
Make your own adorable Sashiko Teddy Bear with this ingenious sampler. You begin by Sashiko stitching the designs pre-printed on your panel. Then you cut out your pattern pieces and sew your bear together. Sewing instructions are included with your sampler. (Additional supplies, such as thread, needles and stuffing must be purchased separately)
:: The Little Teddy Bear sashiko design is Pre-Printed in Washable ink on Fabric (85% Cotton / 15% Linen)
-- The pre-printed stitch markings show you exactly where to stitch
--- Once you have finished stitching the design, simply handwash the piece in cold water and the stitch markings will wash away.
:: Sashiko Cloth hand-printed with water-soluble ink on hand-dyed fabric
:: Fabric Color Options: Blue Nep Yarn-Dyed Fabric or Brown Nep Yarn-Dyed Fabric
:: Cloth Size : Approx. 35 cm x 35cm (13 3/4″ x 13 3/4″) x 2
:: Finish Size (Sitting) : Approx. H17 x W16 x D10cm (H6 3/4″ x H6 1/2″ x D4″)
:: Hand printed in Japan
:: Sewing instructions included in English
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I love doing Sashiko embroidery and have made teddy bears in the past. This is the perfect union of two fabulous art designs. I'm so glad that I purchased this... it made my day perfect.
As soon as I saw this I had to buy this. And now I am being very controlled and making myself finish my previous project! Cannot wait to start working n this.
I LOVE this teddy bear even if I have to make it still. Its just the right size for a good cuddle. The sashiko on it is a great way to sample a variety of stitches and threads. I cant wait to get started.