the sashiko 2
a hand-stitched look by machine
The Sashiko 2 sewing machine, by Baby Lock, only makes a dashed stitch. Nothing more.
There are four stitch lengths and four stitch gaps. More variation can be created by changing the thread weight.
Okan Arts has been using this machine for over two years. You can see how Victoria has marked and stitched a small quilt project in this blog post: +read now
check out the back
The Sashiko 2 stitches from the bottom, taking a double stitch to advance the dashed stitching on the top. The look on the back is a solid line of stitching—a locked chain stitch.
Victoria is also stitching a new series of quilts by Patricia. The quilts are approximately 60″ x 60″. This example includes a little hand stitching in the center as the machine can’t make tight turns on big projects.
an authorized seller
Okan Arts is authorized to sell the Sashiko 2. To date, we have drop shipped machines to quilters all across America.
Why do quilters buy from Okan Arts? We offer a great deal—Festive Pricing for the Sashiko 2 sewing machine with free shipping to your home. Plus a special Bundle Deal with the Baby Lock Love of Sewing membership that includes a clear extension table, a set of Aurifil 12wt. threads, and a starter supply kit with two Sashiko 2 needles and 10 bobbins.
As we are not allowed to publish pricing online, we invite you to contact Patricia at Okan Arts to learn more: firstname.lastname@example.org