Makers Meet where you could learn to screen print your own tote bag or craft your own silver ring – we’ve got hordes of tinkerers, hobbyists, bakers, and craft-lovers, all itching to put use to idle hands!
Tuesday, 15th March, The Lab E20
Sashiko Key Ring Making with Yiran
Fun and relaxing Sashiko Kogin workshop to make your own leather keyring, a perfect gift for you or someone you know.
Sashiko stitching: ashiko designs, even those with curvy elements, are often based on a simple grid. Accomplished stitchers can draw just a grid on the fabric and fill in the design by eye, simply stitching from corner to corner. Most of us, however, need a pattern.
About the Artist
Yiran, owner and maker of Yi Crafts is passionate about exploring communication between East and West. Yiran’s practice focused on how to combine to embroidery and traditional elements from Chinese costumes with Western techniques to explore intercultural connections. As a member of southern China’s Bai minority ethnicity, bilingual with a strong interest in crafts, textiles and their role in cultural communication and training.
Register your FREE ticket via Eventbrite.
Interested in attending virtually? ? You can purchase your own Sashiko keyring materials with an exclusive kit for East Village residents and attend the event via Zoom. The Zoom link will be emailed to you the day before the event.
In-person workshop hosted in The Lab E20, East Village.