Techniques of Japanese Kogin #2367D
- Beginner I Skill level
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This 52" chatelaine teaches you all the directional movements of Kogin. Kogin is a uniquely Japanese needlework technique that was born of a practical desire for warmth, and the need to strengthen fabric used in everyday life. It is recognizable by its geometric designs which are embroidered with thick threads on a base fabric. It dates back to the 1600's and has quite an interesting history. Spiral bound, 32 pages. The learning project is a Chatelaine and is relatively easy to learn.
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