Perhaps you’ve already heard about pojagi?
Pojagi is a Korean form of patchwork technique. You sew fabric pieces in different sizes and materials together to make one piece of cloth.
When sewing, you make the seams reversible, so both sides of the finished project look the same.
Needless to say, this is a process that takes time – but it’s well worth it! Accompanied by a cuppa, this truly is a mindfulness project.
How to get started on your Pojagi sewing project
Pojagi is brilliant for curtains, blankets, tablecloths and the likes – not to mention a hit for the wardrobe. So follow our pojagi-guide, and make a tablecloth in different colours of light linen.
The most beautiful table will unfold in front of you – and we promise you will want to use this unique tablecloth again and again!
Another thing you could try is our guide to patchwork fashion, teaching you how to arrange pieces of fabric to make a unique piece of cloth, from which you can create a fabulous outfit.