Mend Those Jeans With a Sashiko-Inspired StitchJanuary 28, 2017 / byThe Renegade Seamstress / Categories : Feeds
Remember when I confessed that I hated mending?
In the past, when I glanced at my mending basket, I’d hear those high-pitched horror movie violins and run the other way.
I know it’s weird, for as much I enjoy sewing and refashioning, that I would fear mending so much.
But today, those violins are starting to play a different tune.
Today, I started to LOVE mending.
Today, I’m mending with a Sashiko inspired stitch and I liked it!
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