Sashiko means small stitches or small cuts in Japanese and is a thousand-year-old embroidery technique that comes from the northern parts of Japan. The technique involves small basting stitches joining several layers of fabric.
In the entrance hall there's also a big frame for the children to try weaving on.
Feel free to walk around and look at our exhibitions when you are done with your creation. Can you find the works that the children's workshop is inspired by? Feel free to ask one of our hosts about the exhibition so they can tell you more!