Darning or Jogakbo workshop with Steven Park from 6x4online

$80.00
Learn how to mend holes and worn areas in fabric and knittings using thread and needle. Steven Park from Christchurch, the designer of 6x4online will teach from traditional needle weave darn to decorative darn, similar to Sashiko techniques for morning session and Jogakbo Korean stitching techniques for afternoon.  

Darning workshop 
Sunday, 13th June - Full
10 - 12 am
$80 per person 

*Please bring an item that you would like to repair, along with a matching thread if possible. If you do not have something to darn there will be scrap fabric available for practice. Needles, scissors, and darning mushrooms will be provided as well as a hand-drawn instructional hand-out.


Darning is a hand sewing technique for repairing holes and reinforcing weakened areas in clothing with a needle and thread. It is a great way to reconnect with the things you wear by spending time caring for them so that they last longer and age beautifully. Darning can be a decorative practice as well as a practical one, showing the beauty of hand sewing and honesty of clothing that has been well worn and loved. 

In this workshop you will learn to use a needle and thread to re-weave new material over a hole in your clothing, or reinforce a threadbare or weakened area of your clothing with the same technique (please note this is a different technique to Swiss darning where heavier knits are repaired by 'reknitting' with a needle and yarn). Traditionally darning was a preventative practice; once you have learnt this skill you will be able to artfully prevent further damage to your clothing. This technique takes some time and patience so it is recommended to start with a manageable project. It is ideal for woven fabrics but can also be applied to knits. *Steven's picture by Justyn Rebecca Denney 
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Jogakbo workshop
Sunday, 13th June - Full
Monday 14th June 10:30 - 12:30 - Few seats left
80 p.p.
Jogakbo is a traditional Korean style of hand sewn patchwork made from small scraps of textiles. They were used as domestic wrapping cloths and were said to bring good luck to whatever was inside. In this workshop you will learn how to prepare your scraps and the seaming technique that will allow you to make your own Jogakbo.
*Please bring some scraps of material and a thread that you would like to use, if you don't have this it can be provided. In this workshop we will work on a small square to learn the technique."
• A small group tutorial and hands on experiences.
Any enquires - yuka@publicrecord.shop 

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