Sashiko — By Machine — taught by Pam Doffek

March 18, 2023 @ 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Woodville Community Center
8000 Old Woodville Highway; Tallahassee
FL 32315

A half-day class taught by Pam Doffek

  • Saturday March 18
  • 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
  • Woodville Community Center; 8000 Old Woodville Highway; Tallahassee FL 32315
  • $30 per class, or $50 for both classes (see Sashiko — By Hand; same day, 9:30–12:30) (Fees include kits) Sign up at a Guild meeting.

Sashiko CAN be done on a domestic sewing machine, all you need is a straight stitch machine that can vary the stitch length. Although we will work on 2 layers of fabric (no batting) the machine technique expands well to projects made with lightweight batting, embellishment on clothing or quilting on a layered quilt. Alternative use of non-cotton threads and decorative stitches as well as Sashiko machines will be discussed but not done in class.

Kits with fabric, patterns and water-soluble stabilizer will be included in the class fee.  The class project will be a 12” X 18” oval placemat. Students will provide their own binding/finishing technique outside of class. The class will require a machine that minimum does straight stitch and walking food (optional)

A student supply list will be provided with class payment.



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