Japanese Folk Embroidery

You may have lived in Austin for a while, reader, but the exquisite Japanese folk embroidery known as sashiko has been around since the Edo period (1603-1867) in those fabled islands. No better time than right now for the fabric of your life and that history to be sewn together, at the Eastside’s Willie Mae Kirk Library, as fiber artist Juliann Krute introduces you to the classic techniques that use just one simple stitch to reinforce cloth and wreak beauty enough to brighten your days and nights for years. – Wayne Alan Brenner
Past date: Tue., March 5
3101 Oak Springs, 512/974-9920
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