Sashiko Quilting in White
Practice Bakes Perfect Challenge #32

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I am inspired by a Sashiko quilting pattern that I saw on Pinterest. Here is the link for this particular Sashiko https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/456904324688715234/ and there is another one I could find https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/540572761521349431/. Unfortunately, I am unable to trace the source or the artist for this Sashiko design through these links. I couldn't find any other source or link for this particular quilt pattern either.

I would really appreciate any help/advise from a Japanese cookie friend out there on this matter.

I used free Sashiko stitching patterns on each cookie and will trace them down in the internet just to make sure that I don't miss anything. Hope this is of any good to start with, Julia @Julia M. Usher

Thanks...

Very elegant! However, it from the appears from the attached photo as if this design is someone else's - both the layout of the shapes and some of the patterns used. That being said, our site rules require that if one knowingly uses someone else's idea/technique/design/etc., s/he must properly credit the source artist by name and with a link back to the original source art. 

I know you attempted to credit, but unfortunately that's not enough per site rules. Further, we are especially strict with respect to challenge entries in that we always require them to be "original" work.

So, in order for this entry to remain in the challenge, please remove the blue photo from the comments (we don't allow the direct posting of other people's images either, also for copyright reasons), and state the source artist and link back to the source art. You should probably also seek permission from the artist to use her work/photo in this manner since yours is a close facsimile. 

Thank you for understanding.

Julia M. Usher posted:

Very elegant! However, it from the appears from the attached photo as if this design is someone else's - both the layout of the shapes and some of the patterns used. That being said, our site rules require that if one knowingly uses someone else's idea/technique/design/etc., s/he must properly credit the source artist by name and with a link back to the original source art. 

I know you attempted to credit, but unfortunately that's not enough per site rules. Further, we are especially strict with respect to challenge entries in that we always require them to be "original" work.

So, in order for this entry to remain in the challenge, please remove the blue photo from the comments (we don't allow the direct posting of other people's images either, also for copyright reasons), and state the source artist and link back to the source art. You should probably also seek permission from the artist to use her work/photo in this manner since yours is a close facsimile. 

Thank you for understanding.

Hi Julia,

Thanks for the comment. I traced that particular quilt shape to find the source but couldn’t reach anywhere. Sashiko is a form of Japanese folk embroidery, so I thought it was an anonymous shape. But I deleted it from my comment. 

The patterns on my cookies are different than the ones in the picture. All of them are FREE patterns I found in internet and I can email you the links for each of them if you want.

I totally understand your concern and respect for it! Please let me know what you want me to do with my entry.

Thanks!

La Shay by Ferda Ozcan posted:
Julia M. Usher posted:

Very elegant! However, it from the appears from the attached photo as if this design is someone else's - both the layout of the shapes and some of the patterns used. That being said, our site rules require that if one knowingly uses someone else's idea/technique/design/etc., s/he must properly credit the source artist by name and with a link back to the original source art. 

I know you attempted to credit, but unfortunately that's not enough per site rules. Further, we are especially strict with respect to challenge entries in that we always require them to be "original" work.

So, in order for this entry to remain in the challenge, please remove the blue photo from the comments (we don't allow the direct posting of other people's images either, also for copyright reasons), and state the source artist and link back to the source art. You should probably also seek permission from the artist to use her work/photo in this manner since yours is a close facsimile. 

Thank you for understanding.

Hi Julia,

Thanks for the comment. I traced that particular quilt shape to find the source but couldn’t reach anywhere. Sashiko is a form of Japanese folk embroidery, so I thought it was an anonymous shape. But I deleted it from my comment. 

The patterns on my cookies are different than the ones in the picture. All of them are FREE patterns I found in internet and I can email you the links for each of them if you want.

I totally understand your concern and respect for it! Please let me know what you want me to do with my entry.

Thanks!

Hi, Ferda. To start, please post a link back to the art you had posted here, as I stated above. (Posting links back to your sources of inspiration is a rule of this site.) We'll then look at it and determine if a particular artist's permission should have been obtained to use that design. (I've seen many varied designs of Shashiko, so I cannot be certain it was an anonymous design, nor can I presume that.) Thank you!

La Shay by Ferda Ozcan posted:

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I am inspired by a Sashiko quilting pattern that I saw on Pinterest. Here is the link for this particular Sashiko https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/456904324688715234/ and there is another one I could find https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/540572761521349431/. Unfortunately, I am unable to trace the source or the artist for this Sashiko design through these links. I couldn't find any other source or link for this particular quilt pattern either.

I would really appreciate any help/advise from a Japanese cookie friend out there on this matter.

I used free Sashiko stitching patterns on each cookie and will trace them down in the internet just to make sure that I don't miss anything. Hope this is of any good to start with, Julia @Julia M. Usher

Thanks...

Thanks so much for posting these links. @Bakerloo Station and I will review them over the next couple of days and let you know what we think.

.Julia M. Usher posted:
La Shay by Ferda Ozcan posted:

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I am inspired by a Sashiko quilting pattern that I saw on Pinterest. Here is the link for this particular Sashiko https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/456904324688715234/ and there is another one I could find https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/540572761521349431/. Unfortunately, I am unable to trace the source or the artist for this Sashiko design through these links. I couldn't find any other source or link for this particular quilt pattern either.

I would really appreciate any help/advise from a Japanese cookie friend out there on this matter.

I used free Sashiko stitching patterns on each cookie and will trace them down in the internet just to make sure that I don't miss anything. Hope this is of any good to start with, Julia @Julia M. Usher

Thanks...

Thanks so much for posting these links. @Bakerloo Station and I will review them over the next couple of days and let you know what we think.

Thank you for providing all of the relevant links. I will let your entry, which is actually really lovely, remain in the challenge. However, going forward, know that this falls just barely on the side of “original” art, since the cookie configuration and patterns are extremely similar to the art in the links provided. In the future, please stear clear of using source art where you cannot obtain proper attribution.

 

 

Bakerloo Station posted:
.Julia M. Usher posted:
La Shay by Ferda Ozcan posted:

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I am inspired by a Sashiko quilting pattern that I saw on Pinterest. Here is the link for this particular Sashiko https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/456904324688715234/ and there is another one I could find https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/540572761521349431/. Unfortunately, I am unable to trace the source or the artist for this Sashiko design through these links. I couldn't find any other source or link for this particular quilt pattern either.

I would really appreciate any help/advise from a Japanese cookie friend out there on this matter.

I used free Sashiko stitching patterns on each cookie and will trace them down in the internet just to make sure that I don't miss anything. Hope this is of any good to start with, Julia @Julia M. Usher

Thanks...

Thanks so much for posting these links. @Bakerloo Station and I will review them over the next couple of days and let you know what we think.

Thank you for providing all of the relevant links. I will let your entry, which is actually really lovely, remain in the challenge. However, going forward, know that this falls just barely on the side of “original” art, since the cookie configuration and patterns are extremely similar to the art in the links provided. In the future, please stear clear of using source art where you cannot obtain proper attribution.

 

 

Thanks a lot Christine @Bakerloo Station

Ferda, I know we have discussed the design of this piece already, but I wanted to add a proper comment about this entry, and say that your piping here is impeccable and beautiful, and that you definitely captured the essence of Sashiko quilting!

Bakerloo Station posted:

Ferda, I know we have discussed the design of this piece already, but I wanted to add a proper comment about this entry, and say that your piping here is impeccable and beautiful, and that you definitely captured the essence of Sashiko quilting!

Thsnks a lot Christine! I’m flattered... 😊

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