Korean patchwork scarf, period of the Chosun Dynasty

[Odyssey design of the Transactions; patchwork, beautiful and warm wraps sseuim the world

Pojagi is a Korean wrapping cloth, often made in patchwork style from small pieces of fabric and embroidered clothing. After reading the Pojagi: Korean Patchwork article by Mary Ruth Smith, Ph.D. (March 2011 issue of American Quilter), Margaret Parker of Golden, Colorado, took the challenge to design with seam lines and created a transparent summer wrap in neutral colors. She chose cream and tan sheer curtain material to showcase the lines created with the sewn-down French seams.

Pojagi is a Korean wrapping cloth, often made in patchwork style from small pieces of fabric and embroidered clothing. After reading the Pojagi: Korean Patchwork article by Mary Ruth Smith, Ph.

Perfect blues for anything in my home "From Seam to Seam: Pojagi Fabric Art" Muckenthaler Cultural Center, exhibit

쌈지사랑규방공예연구소손끝으로 전해지는 아름다운 사람들의 향기A symphony of artistry 인사동 인사아...

쌈지사랑규방공예연구소손끝으로 전해지는 아름다운 사람들의 향기A symphony of artistry 인사동 인사아...

Pojagi, Korean patchwork quilt by Chunghie Lee.  These have no middle (bulk layer), and are often single-layer in general. This is especially noticeable with transparent and translucent fabrics.

Pojagi, Korean patchwork quilt by Chunghie Lee. These have no middle (bulk layer), and are often single-layer in general. This is especially noticeable with transparent and translucent fabrics.

Korean tea bag bojagi (wrapping cloth)

The Silly BooDilly: Having Fun with Tea Dying and Pojagi -- use a quick stain in tea (or coffee) to make your colors "toasted" or to dull them or to kill a bright bleached white that doesn't blend in.

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