Sashiko style, which is one of the Japanese embroidery methods used in embroidery clothes. One or more stitches are implemented through layers of fabric with a simple stitch stitch and can be applied to the ends of the fabric. It was common use in worn clothing decoration without developing and exploiting the method in implementing different clothing products. Hence the idea of the research, which is the use of the sashiko style in the implementation of children's clothing to increase the aesthetic value and enrich the style of the sashiko. Six kits of different children's clothes have been implemented, both for my daughters and for my children. The second is for my daughters, the sixth is for my children, the fifth is for my children, the third is for my daughters, and the fourth is for my children.
Al Desouky, Heba; Soliman, Rahma Eshak Ageeb; and Mohamed, Eman Rady
"Enriching children's outerwear functionality and aesthetics using the sashiko style,"
International Design Journal: Vol. 11:
1, Article 56.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/faa-design/vol11/iss1/56