Sashiko, A Form of Japanese Embroidery
Lecturer: Jacqui Clarkson
March 13, 2021 1PM Eastern FULL
Registration opens: February 15, 2021 1PM Eastern
Are you curious about Sashiko? Is there more than Sashiko?, Hitomezashi?, Kogin?, Boro? What are these? What am I stitching? Please join me as I share my journey of discovering Sashiko, it’s history and how we are embracing it in today’s needlework world.
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Jacqui Clarkson has taught for EGA, ANG, quilt guilds, a Fine Arts college and museums in Canada and the United States. Her workshop and lecture topics range from Sashiko, threads, to historical aspects of needlework. She has designed pieces for national thread and fabric companies, and for national magazines and needlework books. She has been published in the ANG magazine. Jacqui is a Journeyman Level II in the Master Teacher Program of ANG. She has served in leadership roles within local and region level of EGA and ANG.Look for her upcoming EGA online course in Sashiko. She stitches every day and can’t pick a favorite form of needlework – she loves texture and how it looks on a piece.