Some more bojagi links to inspire:
Deanna's great tutorial
Cindy's pojagi post
I have discovered I am not doing my seams properly on my bojagi. I have been doing a half remembered version of the French seams we did for lingerie in school needlework lessons. They work, in that they hide all the raw edges of the fabric and create the stained glass effect when the work is held up to the light but I don't think they are as strong as proper gekki seams which are stitched three times, beginning with an oversewn hem. I will carry on as I am for this project and then try to do it properly for another project I have in mind.
It is so lovely to be hand sewing. Not only is it easy to have some sewing with me at all times and I can do it anywhere but it is therapeutic to be in close contact with the fabric and thread. It feels good.