Sashiko embroidery patterns

Calling all embroidery enthusiasts! This page offers a treasure trove of free, downloadable sashiko embroidery patterns – perfect for beginners and seasoned stitchers alike.

Sashiko, a traditional Japanese embroidery technique, is known for its beautiful geometric patterns and meditative stitching process. This page makes it easier than ever to get started on your sashiko journey.

Patterns for Every Skill Level:

The downloadable patterns feature square grid designs on A4 sheets. Offered in various sizes – 8×8, 9×9, and 10×10 cells – these patterns cater to different skill levels.

  • Smaller grids (8×8 and 9×9 cells): Ideal for beginners or projects requiring finer details.
  • Larger grids (10×10 cells): Perfect for those comfortable with sashiko stitching and wanting bolder patterns.

Simply Download and Stitch:

  1. Download Your Pattern: Browse the selection and choose a pattern that sparks your creativity. All patterns are free to download.
  2. Print and Prepare: Print your chosen pattern on standard A4 paper. Transfer the design onto your chosen fabric using tracing paper or a lightbox (optional).
  3. Embroider with Ease: Follow the grid pattern and stitch away! Sashiko traditionally uses a simple running stitch, making it accessible for stitchers of all experience levels.

Sashiko Benefits:

  • Relaxing and Mindful: The repetitive nature of sashiko stitching can be a calming and meditative practice.
  • Beautiful Results: Create stunning and unique pieces of embroidered art.
  • Versatile Application: Sashiko patterns can be used to embellish clothing, home décor items, or even create framed artwork.
  • Budget-Friendly: Free downloadable patterns and basic materials make sashiko a cost-effective craft.

So, download your free sashiko embroidery patterns today and embark on a journey of creative stitching! With a variety of patterns to choose from and the ease of use, this page is the perfect starting point for your sashiko adventures.

Download sashiko embroidery schemes


The size of the cell on which the schemes are made is 0.5 x 0.5 mm.