This page introduces 4 books of kogin in japan. Kogin Sashi is a kind of sashiko born in Hirosaki City, Aomori Prefecture. The difference from other sashimi is that the odd number of eyes are counted and stabbed against the vertical weave.
Small Kogin Embroidery Accessories and Items
A book that enjoys the traditional and original design of the “Kogin Sashi” in Aomori’s Tsugaru region.
From accessories such as hair rubber, brooches and earrings to small items such as coasters, pin cushions, and hooks.
This book is tailored to be a small item so that people who are stabbed for the first time can enjoy it.
Kogin Embroidery Designs and Items Book
One of the handicrafts that have been handed down in Aomori for a long time. Yuko Ueki, a native of Tohoku who began to stab her feelings as familiar, began to design her own fun designs as she stabbed various traditional patterns.
Among them, the “iron bottle” introduced in the coverage of the embroidery magazine is so popular that it is inundated with inquiries.
Cute and Idyllic Kogin Embroidery Designs and Items
In this book, it is easy to make for beginners such as brooch, coaster, pot mat, pouch, etc.
Even large works such as apron, cushions, and skirts that are ideal for challenges are posted.
Introducing 65 designs from the daily life, including the author’s original with flowers and creatures as motifs.
Scandinavian Design Cute Kogin Embroidery Items
A collection of kogin sashi that is popular among Scandinavian goods lovers. 51 small works that can be easily started even by beginners, from traditional patterns to original patterns. With detailed photo explanations that show how to stab Kogin sashi.