Duration: 1-2 Days Boro Stitching is a type of hand stitching that originated in Japan as a way to mend or patch together clothing or other cloth items. We will cover the basics of layout and materials to be used, and spend our time happily stitching away. This type of stitching lends itself perfectly to bags, clothing, home decor, and many other types of items.
Many of us learned to embroider from our grandmothers, as did I. But these days we have many inexpensive tools and resources available that make the process even more simple and enjoyable. We will cover:
Skill Levels: All This is the perfect opportunity to explore numerous techniques for making a small fiber collage piece that tells a story of a favorite memory, person, or event. We will be fusing, gluing, free motion stitching, embroidering, or whatever it takes to bring your story to life. This is the everything and the kitchen sink class for you to have fun and play.