Is It Christmas Yet?

Is It Christmas Yet?

Published by Yves Al-Ghazi on 18th Dec 2020


with The Sashiko Christmas Tree Kit

For a limited time we are offering FREE SHIPPING with any Christmas Tree Kit purchase. This kit is available in both red and green to introduce a little festivity into your living space with this twinkling design. Follow the stencilled lines and your sashiko stitches will define the design.

Kit includes: tips for construction, threads and panel.
Printed on azumino momen fabric, it is made of 100% cotton.

Approx: 30cm x 33cm 


The BeBe Bold Sashiko Christmas Wreath is sure to delight this festive season. Designed by Jane MacDonald, this pattern is simple to follow, with comprehensive instructions and clear photos to guide you through the construction. Feature it in your home as a cushion or as a framed wall-hanging.

For more Christmas ideas please have a look at our Christmas range


With free tutorial video/online course

You would like to make a Christmas decoration or start with Sashiko but have never done sashiko before? With the purchase of our Hitomezashi Christmas Decoration you will receive free access to our online tutorial video for this project. Or you could try one of our Beginner Sampler Kits (sampler 202 and sampler 211) with which we will offer a free online course to join. Follow the links for more details.


Sashiko Placemats with three designs

Designed by Jane MacDonald, these distinctive table mats will make perfect gifts. They feature dragonflies, fish and cherry blossoms. You can customise your own with our downloadable instructions available HERE and then choose the fabric and threads. If you would like assistance with this please don't hesitate to contact us.

Sashiko Placemats by Jane MacDonald - Dragonflies, fish and flowers
Learn how to transfer and stitch sashiko designs while making these delightful placemats.

Instructions include full size pattern sheets to print

Finished Size approximately:
Length: 40.5cm (16in)
Width: 31cm (12¼in)


Looking for gift ideas? These cute brooches are easy to make and have a very sweet style. Instructions are in Japanese but easy to follow with comprehensive pictures.


You can still join our Sashiko Block of the Month Quilt Program, our Facebook group and friendly staff are ready to answer your questions. A great way to learn Sashiko and Quilting.

Jane has kept this quilt design quite simple to feature kamon patterns, as well as highlighting boro/slow stitching, appliqué and transferring designs. Jane decided to include sashiko stitch dragonflies on the border as a way of illustrating how to transfer sashiko designs. Jane shows that transferring designs is an important and easy skill to learn that can be used in future projects.

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