Kogin embroidery is a type of Sashiko, originating in the Northern part of Japan, in Aomori prefecture and is a type of counted thread work. It is stitched on
The name “Kogin” derives from the Japanese word “koginu”, “ko” being “small” and ginu meaning “wear”, the name of a long Japanese jacket, which was often decorated with this technique.
In this class you will learn:
• How to form the three basic length stitches and count threads
• Where to start and how to neatly tidy your starting and ending threads on the back of your piece
• The rights and wrongs turning corners, crossing lines and intersections
• Starting with a number of small patterns to get used to the stitching you will then work on a larger, more involved pattern using a template provided
• Information will be provided about how to make your own designs
The tutor will bring examples of their work as well as a number of reference books should anyone wish to continue their practice at home.
Rob Jones is a textiles designer who takes his inspiration from Japanese textiles disciplines including sashiko, boro, shibori and katagami stenciling. Rob works with indigo and a selection of natural plant dyes and works out of a studio under an old railway arch in Hackney. He regularly teaches Japanese textile techniques at Fabrications.
Class Size: 6 students
TIME: 6:30 – 9pm
Class Includes: All materials are provided.
How To Book: Contact us directly on 020 7275 8043 or BOOK ONLINE
Please Note: The workshop will take place in the Fabrications studio (which is downstairs from the shop via 12 steps)
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Rob JonesLondon-based Romor Designs was formed in the autumn of 2015 by Rob Jones, a shibori textiles designer and natural firstname.lastname@example.org
Fabrications7 Broadway MarketThe workshop / event takes place in the Fabrications "Imaginerium" studio located downstairs from the shop area.