japanese stab binding #39 and #40: tiara and double arrows

I seem to have a backlog of patterns I have sketched but not sewn yet…lately I’ve been playing with triangles. Here are a couple:

“Tiara”… 28 holes. Beginner bind.
jsb-39

“Double arrows”…48 holes. Beginner bind.
jsb-40

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9 thoughts on “japanese stab binding #39 and #40: tiara and double arrows

      • Oh hello i know this is from quite a while ago but ive been trying out a few of your patterns and im starting to get the feel now!! It’s such fun! And this tiara design is next on my to do list!!! I cant quite get my head around it yet though. Do you still have the instructions for it?? You’re awesome

      • Hi Sara,
        Sorry I never replied to you! I still haven’t created the diagram for this, though I have written instructions. I won’t have time to make the diagram for a month at least…but if you feel up to the challenge, I can send you the written instructions with a quick scribbled diagram. Let me know!

    • Hi Katie,
      I still haven’t created the diagram for this, though I have written instructions. I won’t have time to make the diagram for a month at least…but if you feel up to the challenge, I can send you the written instructions with a quick scribbled diagram. Let me know!

  1. Hi! I’m from Italy but I was born in Brasil with a Japanese mum (now both of my parents are italian) and I love lot of traditional (just traditional) things of Japan..
    I’ve made the lotus blomming bookbindindg woth your iscrictions.. I’d love to make the tiana one.. Have you create the diagram?
    If you haven’t I’ll be really happy if you can send me just the instruction (Please! :D).
    Greatings for your work, I love your site and most of your tutorial..
    Thanks,
    Cristina

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