If you reduce sashiko to its technique, it is basically a running stitch that creates patterns. So of course you can use it to quilt. | What you need to know
Sashiko benefits greatly from using a thimble. You can stitch faster, your stitches will be more even and your fingers will experience way less strain.
Straight stitches can be difficult to achieve. | 4 simple tips on how to achieve the best result
The right length of a stitch is dictated by the complexity of the pattern, the overall size and personal preference. | A guideline for beginners
Nope! Not only is a hoop not needed for sashiko, but it would actually slow you down. | Why to avoid hoops and how to make good use of a hoop.
Quality tools, a good setting, and sharing can improve your stitching experience beyond belief! ｜ Simple tips you can implement instantly on these 3 topics.
Make threading your needle easier with the simple loop technique and several practical tips! | Threading tips for needles with small eyes