Hello Dear Friends and Readers.
Sashiko stitching is a great quilting solution for small squares and triangles. Those small angles and lengths can be a little challenging to quilt.
I have tried this type of stitching before and found it very enjoyable and a useful type of stitching.
Tonight I am stitching on my Singer 201K from 1948.
Having previously attempted this stitching using free motion, I found it was more difficult to keep the gentle curves neat. I would like to share with you my method which is actually just general machine stitching, however, by using quilting gloves, it is easier to create the nice sweeping curves.
Another advantage is that it well secures all the points as you can see. It happens by stitching in this gentle “S” shape.
No special sewing notions are required.
Of course you might like to practice a little first.
I really like the pattern it creates.
Actually I think it could also work well with different coloured threads. I really like the “orange peel” or even “cathedral window” type of pattern it creates.
This is what it looks like from the back. Pretty neat don’t you think?
So there we are. A different type of quilting.
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