More people are interested in Sashiko presentation, more than I thought.
I received many great questions in Sashiko Presentation. Now I need to answer after thinking through it.
To be honest, I didn’t think that people would be so interested in Sashiko presentation. Therefore, I tried to make it fun, to entertain the audience rather than boring “informative” presentation. I may have made a mistake. I probably should have made Sashiko presentation more informative and specific about Sashiko.
Regardless, I enjoyed the Sashiko presentation VERY MUCH. The audience made a nice welcoming atmosphere. I sincerely appreciate Joshua, who invited me, to Faces and Places in Fashion, at Fashion Institute of Technology.
Answering Questions is my responsibility
I feel that I didn’t answer to all great questions with my best possible answers. So I will use this website to share the questions from the audience and my sincere answer. I don’t have to make a joke to escape from tension (I always try to make people laugh when I am nervous on stage….)
I am not a professional designer or tailor, but I practice Sashiko as the professional.
Since there is an interest in Sashiko, it is my responsibility to share the answer. In other words, this could be my contribution to the society.
I will try to remember and list all the questions I received. However, if you happened to be one of the audiences of my Sashiko presentation, and found that I miss the question, please comment on any posts. I will definitely follow up. The blog will be in the category of Sashiko Q&A.
A Power of Repurpose.
The theme of my Sashiko presentation was “A Power of Repurpose”
Fabric gets value when we repurpose it; when we repair it with appreciation. I believe Sashiko is a process of repurposing the fabric. The power of purpose apply not only to the fabrics, but also everything around you, including human.
Making a public speech about Sashiko may be my life-work to introduce what Sashiko is, and how beautiful “repurpose” can be.
Please contact me if you are interested in my speech. I would love to talk to you and your friends.