Thank you for visiting Upcycle Stitches. We strive to share our experience and techniques in Japanese hand-crafting, especially focusing on Sashiko Stitching. Our goal is to introduce the Beauty of Sashiko with sharing the concept behind it. To learn more about Sashiko, please visit the directory articles listed below. We practice regular Sashiko stitching, Hitomezashi, and Denim Repair.
Sashiko Supplies such as threads are available on this website as well. Please visit our Store. (日本在住の方はこちら）
Thank you for visiting Upcycle Stitches Website. We have been adding more blog posts to enrich the contents of Sashiko ... Read More
We try to update a blog at least a few times in a week. We try to write an informative article regarding Sashiko. (and hopefully some other Japanese hand-craft, too.) Please refer the all article page if you would like to check our archives.
Sashiko became a well-known word in English for those who enjoy hand-sewing and crafting with textiles. I am happy that ... Read More
Introduction of What we do | Sashiko
The Beauty of Sashiko by learning on Youtube
We share some online tutorials & Live Streaming of Sashiko stitching so many people and enjoy the beauty of Sashiko. If you have a request for what types of a tutorial you would like to watch, please contact us. We will put your request in priority of topics I talk there.
This is a notice blog article for the participants of the QuiltCon 2020 Sashiko Workshop in Austin, Texas on 21st ... Read More
We operate under the support of Sashiko artists in Japan.
In order to maintain the quality of Sashiko, we as Upcycle Stitches LLC operate its business with support from Sashi.Co & Keiko Futatsuya, a team of Sashiko artists with 30+ years of experience. Let us know if we can help you regarding Sashiko, and Let’s enjoy Sashiko.
Start Learning Sashiko with Us
Many Stories & Tutorials are available in both reading & video materials. For the reading materials, please keep reading this website as well as the posts on Social Medias. For the videos, please check our Youtube Videos.
I appreciate your interest and support for the Sashiko we have been practicing.