modern pojagi window hanging


This reversible patchwork technique has no exposed raw edges, and glows like stained glass in the sun.


Wow your friends when you make this truly unique window hanging.


It's made with easy to find batik fabric. (You might already have some in your stash.) Just basic sewing supplies - no special rulers or tools required.


Finished size: 27" x 34"

What you'll get:


  • clear instruction with video tutorials
  • printable pattern
  • personal help if you have questions
  • six month access to the course


Course Curriculum

  Introduction and Supplies
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  Assembly
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$30

Modern Pojagi Patchwork Course

six month access to on-line course

Elizabeth DeCroos

Hi, I’m Elizabeth



I have been sewing and quilting for over thirty years. In 2009-2011, I had the opportunity to live in Korea with my young family. There I had the chance to learn traditional pojagi - Korean patchwork.

When I returned to Canada, I developed this technique using a sewing machine and batik fabrics.

You can usually find me in my studio doing quilting, pojagi or embroidery. I love to teach others how to make beautiful things.


Check out epidastudio.com for more info