In this style of pojagi patchwork, the seam is completely finished on both sides. This makes the piece reversible, with no right or wrong side.[Read more…] about Traditional pojagi tutorial for hand-stitched reversible patchwork
Modern pojagi patchwork is not like normal quilting. It is a single layer of fabric and is reversible. There are no exposed raw edges or seam allowances; no “right side” and “wrong side”.[Read more…] about Modern pojagi patchwork seam tutorial
If you do a Google search on the term “pojagi”, you will quickly come across the term “bojagi”.[Read more…] about I say “Pojagi”, you say “Bojagi”
Traditionally a pojagi is a wrapping cloth. Today, the techniques are used to make many different items, but wrapping cloths are still important. The can be used to present gifts or to store delicate or precious items. Some styles are also used for carrying things.
This wrapping cloth would be perfect for giving a special gift, or it could be used as a decorative pillow if you just wrap it around a cushion that you already have. [Read more…] about Wrapping Cloth