Natural Dye with Logwood often create the irregular color and uneven results. This is a batch that we couldn't add to the regular collection. The same quality, the same beautiful color, just too unique to put them in the collection. About 10 skeins available.
[PRODUCT INFORMATION] Made in Japan / Hand Dyed in Japan Material : Egyptian Cotton 100% Length : About 145 meter per skein Weight : About 27 g
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*For those who would like to purchase with other regular items, there is a listing on our regular website as well. Only 1 shipping fee will be applied.
As much as she is an expert and continuously produce similar colors, she accidentally create some irregular colors as well. This is one of those. For the regular collection of our Natural Dye Sashiko Thread, please visit the official website.
Please be advised that we may not be able to offer the exact same color in future. The threads in the same batch has very similar color. However, each of them are different. Please be advised that the photos are reference. You may not receive the exact same thread listed on the photo. I do my best to list the photos as close color as possible to the regular. However, please be advised that the color may be different due to many factors such as display and lighting. I share as many photos as I can so please compare the photos.
We do not accept the return due to the color of threads (However, please contact me first. I will do everything I can do). For the shipping & return policy, please check the article below.
Hand Dyed by Sashi.Co & Keiko Futatasuya.
This sashiko thread is also exclusively designed for Sashiko purpose. Four of thin embroidery threads are twisted with special technique. It will give you the great result. Since the thread is dyed by hands with Natural dyes, it is impossible to get the exactly same color every-time she dyes the thread. Please understand that you may get the similar color of the photo instead of the exactly the same color (also each monitor shows different colors...). If you have questions, please contact me first for your preference.
Upcycle Stitches carries about 0~10 skeins for each colors. If you see the pricing way above the regular price (like +$18.00 or so), it means that we are out of stock in the USA. The thread will be mailed from Japan without charging you the shipping fee.
Also, when the thread is out of stock, please contact me so we can give you the best estimate.
This website & Webstore is operated by Upcycle Stitches LLC. For the shipping & return Policy, please visit our website.
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