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BORO - The Japanese Slow Stitch

The Japanese word boro literally means rags – at one time in Japan when fabric was precious and never discarded, old cloth was repaired & stitched together to make new items for every-day use.

In this class we will learn how to stitch, mend & quilt layers of recycled cloth to give them new life in this traditional Japanese way. Students are asked to bring an old tea-towel and handkerchief to this one-day class – all other materials will be provided.

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Workshop - BORO - The Japanese Slow Stitch

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