sashiko stitched akutogake, or Japanese heel guards. akutogake were placed around the heel of the foot and tied in front. They are hand stitched from white or undyed cotton and have been sashiko stitched in deep blue, thick, cotton thread.
color inspiration: Sashiko stitching is an elegant and very simple stitching technique dating back to the Originally used to mend and quilt fabrics, we use it now as a decorative stitch. Sometimes called embroidery, sashiko is really a quilting stitch.
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excellent sashiko tutorial with a lot of detail; sashiko is a form of Japanese folk embroidery using a form of the running stitch to create a patterned background; it is very meditative and doesn't require an embroidery hoop so it is also very portable!