Korean Chasu (Embroidery) and Bojagi – Class #4

I am loving pojagi!  I never thought after all the machine quilting I have done over the years that I would want to go back to handstitching.  I hurry home from class or yoga to work on my bojagi and I’m bummed when something takes me away from it.  I am finishing my first project.  My homework was to put the white borders on.  I can’t wait to see what is next.

Chasu is also a lot of fun but so challenging.  I really can’t believe how difficult it is but I am determined to conquer.  Chasu, like pojagi, takes a lot of time and patience.  I’m usually not a very patient person but I find this craft to be soothing and relaxing.  I have to finish the leaf for homework.

On this piece, I have to finish the leaves, stalk and the entire flower on the right.  I have my work cut out for me.
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