Kogin Purse Kit Black and Aqua Olympus G37
Kogin is a traditional Japanese embroidery technique that hails from the great sashiko traditions of northern Japan, but unlike sashiko, is a counted thread technique. With running stitches in white cotton thread on dark indigo cloth, kogin is said to resemble snow scattered on the ground. It is stitched from side to side, counting over mostly uneven numbers of threads: one, three, five and, very occasionally, seven.
These kits use Kogin stitching combining traditional stitchery with modern designs.
Kit Includes For One Purse:
Black Kogin Fabric
Kogin Thread 364
Finished Size Approx.: 10cmx12cmx3cm