CwC 3, Episode 4 ‘Story of Sashiko in North America by Atsushi Futatsuya’

Thursday, March 31 2022 10:00 AM - 11:15 AM [PDT]

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Sashiko is more than just “technique”: While teaching Sashiko in English, sharing Stories about Sashiko on SNS, I realize that the Sashiko introduced in English is NOT wrong, but insufficient. In fact, they are missing the most delicious part of the essence of Sashiko. With sharing stories about the Sashiko we practice, I would like to share how Sashiko is interestingly translated to western world. Sashiko is a Japanese word, and therefore it has a deep relation to Japanese Culture.

Biography: Atsushi Futatsuya

Born as the third generation of a surviving sashiko family in Gifu prefecture. He grew up with sashiko surrounded by thread, needles and lots of fabrics. He launched the “Sashi.Co” project with his mother, Keiko, who has over the forty year experience of sashiko stitching as a platform to introduce their masterful works. Starting in 2017, he introduces the beauty and concept of Sashiko to the world throughout his Storytelling & workshops.

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