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From Sarah Gordon for Figo Fabrics, Forage evokes tranquil summer days in a lush, wild garden full of edible fruits and flowers.
Kogin and pre-printed sashiko fabrics are used for embroidering traditional Japanese patterns.
Kogin is a counted thread technique worked on an evenweave cotton fabric and sashiko is free stitched with a running stitch.
Use kogin or sashiko threads for these traditional Japanese embroidery techniques
Who doesn't like writing notes and ideas in a lovely new journal?
Our range of journals and notepads will suit all tastes.
Kogin is a traditional Japanese counted thread embroidey technique worked with running stitches in cotton thread worked from side to side on evenweave cotton or linen, counting over even or uneven numbers of threads to create the pattern, a little bit like darning.
Kogin Threads are made of superior quality 100% cotton in Japan. Kogin threads are ideal for kogin work but can also be used for candlewicking patchwork quilting and sashiko.
Low Volume prints are light coloured fabrics with subtle prints on them that read as a light solid or nearly solid in a black and white photo. The designs can be floral, text, geometric, in color, etc. They usually have a neutral background - white, cream, taupe, grey and can be used instead of a plain solid colour to support brights or multi-colours.
Madeira’s unique selection of high quality metallic threads provide added dimension and shine to all embroidery and decorative applications. The range offers a stunning variety of colours and different thread thicknesses, each with very different properties. Madeira’s Metallic Threads meet the highest requirements regarding the variety of colours and of course quality.
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