Feb 24, 2018

Embroidery at STARBUCKS at night, Japanese Hishizashi


Usually it's difficult to stitch at night because kids want to play with me.

I went to a STARBUCKS in Yokohama, Minatomirai with my sewing tools last night.
It's the first time for me to leave kids at home with their dad.

I enjoyed the city lights and cafe time without kids.

Then I began to stitch not Kogin, but Hishizashi.


Hishizashi is similar to Kogin but they are different. Kogin is odd counting and vertical, Hishizashi is even counting and horizontal.


It's very interesting. I finished each part one by one.

It's important to keep beautiful the back side too.


At last, I finished it. It's beautiful!

Do you like Hishizashi too?




3 comments:

Uglemor said...

I like your Hishizashi very much. Funny thin is I just sat playing with childrens' wooden tilse yesterday and made a pattern exactly the same as your Hishizashi! I thougt of making patchwork, now I migth give Hishizashi a try. Thank you for inspiration.

mairuru said...

Oh, I'm happy you also wanted to try it. It's not so hard but the process is neat and beautiful.
Thank you!

Anonymous said...

I always look forward to reading about you and your beautiful family. I love your sewing very much. Thank you for sharing.

Philomena
Malaysia