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Learn Kogin counted thread Sashiko embroidery: Kit + Guide
Learn Kogin counted thread Sashiko embroidery: Kit + Guide
Learn Kogin counted thread Sashiko embroidery: Kit + Guide
Learn Kogin counted thread Sashiko embroidery: Kit + Guide
Learn Kogin counted thread Sashiko embroidery: Kit + Guide
Learn Kogin counted thread Sashiko embroidery: Kit + Guide
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Learn Kogin counted thread Sashiko embroidery: Kit + Guide

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  • Level: Medium
  • Make in 1-2 Hours
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  • Type: Kit with Instructions

Learn how to embroider in the Kogin tradition with this easy-to-follow course and kit.

Kogin embroidery comes from the Sashiko tradition in Japan, differing from Sashiko in its incorporation of counted threads. 

Learn how to embroider with this method and create intricately detailed patterns on textile with instructor Rob Jones. 

What's in the kit?

This kit comes with everything you need to get started right away and includes:

  • White or Black Kogin open-weave fabric (approx 20cm x16cm)
  • 15m skein black, white or red Kogin thread
  • Kogin needle
  • Modoko Kogin patterns (typically Tekonako “butterfly”, Neko no managu “Cat’s eye”, Utakogata “Scale pattern”, and Yokko gori “Group of four”
  • Border patterns (typically Nokogiri no ha “Saw’s teeth”, Gazashi “Moth stitch” and Tate waku “Rising steam”)

Start embroidering using this traditional technique and start creating unique patterns on your textiles. 

How is this embroidery lesson taught?

You’ll receive a basic printed guide in your kit that gives instructions on how to embroider in the Kogin counted thread tradition.

What else do I need?

Everything you need to learn about Kogin counted thread embroidery is included in this course and kit.

Delivery info

This kit is delivered by the course instructor through drop-shipping via Hermes. 

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