Nina McVeigh and Susan Beck review the #11 Cordonnet foot and how it can be used for Sashiko.
Sashiko is a Japanese hand quilting method, with designs that are traditionally stitched with white thread on dark indigo fabric such as denim. Use them to embellish purses, bags, jackets and other clothing. Even though Sashiko started as a hand-sewing technique, it’s easy to machine stitch Simple Sashiko patterns with Cordonnet Foot #11 and pearl cotton thread or the #34 clear foot. Embroidery software can also be used.