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  • Publisher: David & Charles
  • Edition: BC Paperback
  • Publication: 02 July 2019
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9781446307328
  • Stock: 27 in stock
  • Size: 210x273 mm
  • Illustrations: 0
  • Pages: 128
  • RRP: £16.99
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The Ultimate Kogin Collection

£16.99

Projects and Patterns for Counted Sashiko Embroidery by Susan Briscoe

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Book Description

Discover the beautiful Japanese pattern darning technique kogin and how it can be used to create stunning stitched and quilted projects. Kogin is a variation of the popular Japanese embroidery technique sashiko and is rapidly becoming as popular as its 'big sister'.

Japanese embroidery expert, Susan Briscoe, has compiled a collection of over 60 pattern charts - kogin is a counted embroidery technique - and 12 accompanying projects to create The Ultimate Kogin Collection, following on from her previous title The Ultimate Sashiko Sourcebook.

The projects range from small and very accessible items such as simple greetings cards and coasters to larger projects including wall hangings and table runners.

About the Author

About Susan Briscoe

Susan Briscoe is a designer and textile artist, author of several books and teaches creative textile workshops. She also sells vintage Japanese fabrics and a wide range of sashiko and kogin threads and materials.

For more information visit her website www.susanbriscoe.com.

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