Adding distortion to sashiko
When I was looking at some old sashiko books, I noticed something interesting. Sashiko patterns from old books are free and spontaneous while the ones from the modern books are more like uniform.
I've been teaching how to draw some sashiko patterns in the previous classes to share that sashiko can be more unique and personal. Furthermore, I've just noticed that we can add distortion to sashiko patterns. Using the pre-stenciled pattern might be easy, but the result are all same with others. Why don't you learn how to add distortion, change the dimension to bring a character to your sashiko?