Size: About 15cm x 10cm (About 6" x 4") Weight: About 22gram Fabric: Indigo Dye Fabric, Cotton 100% Stitching: All hand Sashiko Stitching Thread: Natural Dye Sashiko thread by Keiko Futatsuya
*The Indigo color on the fabric fade over time. When you wash for the first few times, the color may wash out a bit. *Please be advised the fabric is not Hon(Sei) Aizome (Not Authentic Japanese Indigo Dye).
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The Japanese stitched to make fabric stronger and thicker.
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We are here to share the Sashiko
Culture alternate its form. We all interpret what we love. Therefore, we are here to pass down the Original Form of Sashiko.
Atsushi & Keiko Futatsuya, and many friends.
We are a group of Sashiko Artisans. Upcycle Stitches (by Atsushi in USA) and Sashi.Co (by Keiko in Japan) are our activity name. Keiko is a great Sashiko artist, and Atsushi is trying to be a good storyteller while he enjoys Sashiko stitching.
The Sashiko workshops we offer is more than "fun time" together. It is different from the other types of workshops like 'let's do Sashiko together." The workshop is more like a "learning opportunity" where your brain and hands would be keep moving.
Sashiko is getting popular day by day. Many suppliers jumped into the market to share the Sashiko thread, needles, thimbles, and fabric. We provide the supplies that we use in our usual & ordinary project - the best for our Sashiko project.
Get the best supply from the ordinary Sashiko artisans - Sashiko tools and supplies make big difference in Sashiko stitching.
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What we make is for someone using it. Sashiko's beauty was defined by "the beauty in using it." We care how the item will be used. Then, it is up to the owner to define.
Boro To be
For the ordinary days
We make boro out of "boro to be fabrics"
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I embrace the free interpretation of Sashiko. However, it is also important to know the origin - and how the Japanese Sashiko Artisans understand the Sashiko, Boro and current trend.
To learn what Boro is...
Boro (襤褸) is well known worldwide as the beautiful textile from Japan. As much as we appreciate a huge range of interpretation, there are cores we want you to understand. This page is the studio to learn & share what the Boro is for us - for the Japanese & Sashiko practitioners.
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