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From The Blog

  • Getting Creative With The Lola Girl Sashiko Panel

    The Lola Girl sashiko panel is one of my favourite designs. With its interesting take on the traditional Seven Treasures motif, it got me thinking about how it would look as a runner for my dining room table. After completing the sashiko stitching, I chose a suitable Japanese backing fabric to subtly contrast the design. […]

  • Keiko Futatsuya Exhibition

    We’re so very proud to be hosting an exhibition of Sashiko and Boro work by Keiko Futatsuya. It will be happening at the Indigo Niche stand —Stand A11— at the upcoming Adelaide Craft and Quilt Fair, November 3rd to 6th. Along with her company Sashi.co, Keiko Futatsuya works out of the little town of Takayama, […]

  • Shibori – A Local Interpretation.

    We recently got in touch with our friend Jane Postle to check out some of her locally-made Shibori. Shibori has never been too far from our thoughts. During our travels through Japan earlier this year, we were very impressed by the Arimatsu Shibori Kaikan, a Shibori museum in Arimatsu, Nagoya. Nowhere else in Japan is there such a central […]

  • Trio of Techniques – A Lovely Mt Tamborine Retreat

    After the Perth Craft & Quilt Fair wrapped up, I jotted down some highlights from a wonderful hand-sewing retreat that we hosted in March. We only wish that we could hold events like this more often! The previous retreat that we’d held at Mt Tamborine was with sashiko/applique artist Sylvia Pippen in 2011, so this […]

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    July 27 @ 9:00 am - July 30 @ 4:30 pm
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    August 10 @ 9:00 am - August 13 @ 4:30 pm

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