Bojagi is the traditional art of Korean patchwork. It originated from the use of leftover scraps of fabric being joined to make larger wrapping cloths. This book teaches you the step-by-step techniques of joining lightweight pieces of fabric using invisible seams to create elegant patchwork pieces.
The 37 projects in this book include:
The book is clearly laid out with plenty of photos and diagrams to follow.
Size: 22 x 28 cm.
Published: March 2020.
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