Apr 15: Sashiko


This field is required.
This field is required.
I grant LFCAC & its assignees permission to use any photographs and/or video of oneself or artwork taken during classes/workshops for promotional purposes, in print and electronic media

Limit of 12 Students


Saturday, April 15, 10:00 AM – Noon

Presenter: Christie Boyd

Sashiko (meaning “little stabs”) is a very simple stitching technique that originated in Japan over 400 years ago and is a popular form of decorative reinforcement stitching. The class will make a small, take-home project and all materials will be provided. You will learn how to do a basic sashiko mend on an item of worn clothing. Feel free to bring a torn pair of jeans for sashiko patching instruction. 

Price: $40/$36 for members

Return to Workshop List

Program Cancellations and Refund Policy:
In the event that you are unable to attend a class or tour, a full refund for registration fees may be issued if your request is received at least 45 days before your program start date. If your request is received within 44 to 11 days of your program start date we will refund 50%. If you need to cancel within 10 days or less, unfortunately no refund can be issued. Certain programs and events are transferable to another person. If a program is cancelled by The Lynda Fairly Carpinteria Arts Center, we will issue a full refund. Please be aware that some programs are non-refundable and this information will be specifically noted in the program description.