What do you do with your smallest fabric scraps? The scraps that remain after cutting out a sewing pattern from your fabric. The pieces that are actually too small to use for a patchwork project or small accessories, for example.
Do you throw them away, or do you still use them? Here you can see what I do with them!
There are many ways to repair holes in your clothes. One of them is mending holes with Sashiko Stitches, a traditional Japanese method. The Japanese use it to reinforce their textiles, but here in the West we mainly use it in a decorative way. Although it also has a function of mending a hole of course!
Altogether, it’s a very nice and decorative way of visible mending. I think it really shows the love you have for your garment.