Even though I thought I’d never finish these sashiko coasters, I thoroughly enjoyed stitching them.

Sashiko Coasters for Handstitched Class at Stitched in Color

In yesterday’s post, I mentioned that I’m learning a lot in Stitched in Color’s Handstitched Class.

coasters

This kind of stitching is teaching me to slow down.

It’s teaching me patience.

coasters-in-hand

This kind of stitching has given me a way to create with fabric while I’m away from my sewing machine.

I usually retreat to my sewing room when I need to make something, but these Handstitched Class projects have been portable enough to carry with me and put in a few stitches here and there – most often while chatting with people or watching my little ones.

coasters-with-glass

I fee like this class happened at just the right time for me, and I’m grateful for that.

Plus, I’ve got some pretty coasters now!

Sashiko Coaster in use

Cheers!

 

10 Comments

  1. erin

    I’m a huge fan of always having some kind of handwork with me. I get so much enjoyment from stitching a little bit here and there when time allows.

  2. Paige

    very pretty. I like the color combo. I am working on Aerial Grove and feel the same way about all of the hand appliqué. Relaxing and portable!

  3. Kelsey

    A way to make sewing more social definitely wouldn’t go amiss in my life. It sounds like this handsewing class is doing that for you 🙂

    1. Daisy

      Thanks, Barbara! I’ve really enjoyed the relaxing nature of hand stitching, too. It’s almost like meditating at times.

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