A beautiful table-runner by Jane MacDonald. Takumi fabric is used to border the shippo design pre-stencilled sashiko fabric. Jane added a few applique petals using the border fabric. This kit is a very simple and quick project for beautiful table runner The kit includes: Sashiko threads, pre-stencilled sashiko fabric, border fabric and a guide with tips and hints on how to create the same runner.
The Sakizomemomen Fabric Roll includes a range of yarn-dyed cotton fabrics produced in Japan and includes free tips for making the BeBe Bold Luminescence Quilt. We can also include fabrics for border and binding to make a kit for the cover (you will choose your wadding and backing). The inside measurement for the quilt pictured measures 84cm x 64cm (33in x 25in). These fabrics can also be used for a range of other projects.
Exclusive to BeBe Bold our panels are pre-stencilled eliminating the need to mark the fabric before starting to sashiko stitch. All the pre-stencilled markings wash off and each panel comes with a stitching guide and tips. Printed onto tsumugi cotton and 1 onto an off-white good quality sashiko cotton. The panels can be made into blocks before stitching if desired to make quilts cushions framed as wall-hangings or divided into lengths to make table-runners. These sashiko panels are sure to give hours of creative joy. Dimensions: Approx. 110cm x 60cm per panel
This is a useful and fun bag pattern to make and perfect for keeping your latest sashiko or boro inspired project in when travelling. Instructions detail how to proceed to make your own Boro Inspired textile before making the Kinchaku bag. There are many fabric packs you can choose from to make different styles of Boro (as shown in the picture). You can purchase the pattern only or a kit with different options of fabric packs and cording. If you would like to purchase the fabrics to make this bag and choose your favourite colours, please come to our stand.
This distinctive quilt designed by Jane MacDonald features a range of shot-cotton tsumugi fabrics all made in Japan.