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Sashiko Pattern _ Seikai-Ha

Another Sashiko Patterns from Japanese tradition. Symmetric Seikai-Ha patten is also very famous and popular pattern in Sashiko design. This pattern represent the blue ocean wave (“青海波” literary means Blue Ocean Wave). Sashiko is known as a wisdom among women who lived in mountainous region where they lost their agricultural jobs during severe winter time. At the […]

Sashiko Pattern _ Asa-no-Ha

Sashiko has so many traditional pattens. Symmetric Asa-no-Ha patten is probably the most famous and popular pattern in Sashiko design. In Sashiko history, the Japanese people practiced sashiko with Indigo Dye blue fabric and original white (or dyed with vegetable) thread. Indigo had purpose of insect repellent. In addition to this practical purpose, they believed […]

We released our First Sashiko Newsletter

After long silence, we finally released the first Sashiko newsletter. This time, I just share our very first tutorials. In newsletters, I will inform “Sale Information”, “New product update”, and much more informative things from Sashi.Co & Keiko Futatsuya.   It is absolutely free to subscribe it. Please join our Sashi.Co Mailing List and get our latest […]

As main Shopping website for Sashiko

Sashi.Co & Keiko Futatsuya launched its project at the beginning of 2015. Keiko produces Sashiko pieces & supply and Atsushi Futatsuya introduce Keiko’s project to the world. Sashi.Co is a small project, but powerful one to meet all Sashiko fans satisfaction.   As a main shopping website for Sashiko We have another store. However, the service […]

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Who we are & What we do

Who we are Keiko Futatsuya enjoys creating Sashiko works. Keiko and Atsushi Futatsuya named her pieces “Sashi.Co” to be well-known Sashiko brand someday. We have our concept written in our main webpage.   Keiko Futatsuya Keiko has been working in Sashiko industry more than 30 years. In Sashiko, unique knowledge such as designing the stitching […]

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How to draw AsanoHa Pattern

Draw horizontal lines. Keep the same interval between each line. The interval is 5 cm for Download materials.   Set a center dot and line. Then, mark a dot evenly with 5 cm interval on the center line. After marking dots on the center line, move to other horizontal lines to make dots. On other […]