Modern and traditional designs include Seigaiha (waves) place mat, Namim no chidori (plover flying over waves) apron, Tsuru and kame (crane and turtle) wallhanging and Sodenash (bamboo leaf and feathered arrow) vest. Materials, equipment techniques and designs are explained.Modern and traditional designs include Seigaiha (waves) place mat, Namim no chidori (plover flying over waves) apron, Tsuru and kame (crane and turtle) wallhanging and Sodenash (bamboo leaf and feathered arrow) vest. Materials, equipment techniques and designs are explained.Read Less
Good. This book appears to be in good condition. May have some minor writing and/or highlighting on some pages. The exterior cover does have signs of use, surface scratches, worn corners, etc. Overall this book is in good condition. Paperback Used-Good.
Very Good. 128 pages, 4to. Out of Print. Includes introduction, appendix: Japanese decorative knots, index. Profusely illustrated. Minor shelfwear: very light scuffing along edges. Tightly bound with very clean and crisp pages. Volume is in very good condition.
Fine. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. "Saikoh Takano gives a brief historical account of sashiko and describes the materials needed, giving advice on fabrics, sewing and designing equipment and the basic techniques. Traditionally, only running stitch is used but chain stitch, couching and French knots can all be used to great effect. SASHIKO is also often used in combination with patchwork and applique to create more complex designs." This book has 128 pages and is profusely illustrated.
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