pojagi

Originally used in ancient Korea as wrapping cloths for carrying and storing household items, the techniques of pojagi are now used for many different textile applications. The most common is reversible patchwork which has many uses such as table linens, window hangings and other home decor.

stained glass patchwork curtain in window with title.

Learn Modern Pojagi Patchwork

Are you intrigued by reversible patchwork? Do you want to make beautiful window hangings that look like stained glass? Need one on one help for finishing your project? Then this is for you! Check out the modern pojagi online course. You will get: video instruction along with clear printable instructions for a window hanging project …

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reversible modern pojagi patchwork with title.

Reversible Patchwork

Many different things are called reversible patchwork. Some people make quilts with a pieced side on the front and the back. Sometimes they are even lined up perfectly so that the quilting is aligned on both sides. Those are beautiful, and a great way to get extra use out of your pieces, but that isn’t …

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