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The Nara Homespun Collection from Japanese fabric designer Sevenberry brings old world Japanese charm and rustic character to your modern day projects. These beautiful fabrics are woven using time tested techniques that produce a heavier weight cotton fabric with a full bodied drape and soft hand. Ideal for Sashiko, Boro-inspired projects, bag making, quilting and garment sewing. PRODUCT DETAILS::: Designer: Sevenberry:: Fabric Collection: Nara Homespun:: Fabric: Boro Panel:: SKU: SB-88500D3-1 :: Length: 1/2 yard (Cut continuously) :: Fabric Width (Selvage to Selvage): 42" (107 cm):: Weight: 5.37 oz per square yard:: 100% Cotton Fabric is cut to order from the bolt continuously and sold in 1/2 yard increments. So, an order for a quantity of 3 equals a 1.5 yard piece of fabric. ** Please be aware that while great care is taken to accurately represent colors in photographs, colors can appear differently in person than on screen.

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Learn about the history of boro and how it is being revived for a new audience using contemporary fabrics including denim, linen and shibori tie dye as well as sashiko and other embroidery stitches. The word boro comes from the Japanese boroboro meaning something tattered or repaired. It refers to textiles that have been mended or patched together for utilitarian, not decorative, purposes to make the fabric stronger and warmer, and to mend torn and threadbare areas. by Susan Briscoe 127 pages Size: 10.5"x 8" Language: English Product #: JT28 Code: WP25

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Author: Susan BriscoeBrand: imustiEdition: UK ed.Features: DAVID & CHARLESISBN: 0715318470Number Of Pages: 128Publisher: David & Charles PublishersRelease Date: 2005-05-27Details: Sashiko, the traditional Japanese technique of needlework quilting, uses simple running stitch to create beautifully decorative patterns ideal for patchwork, quilting and embroidery. Sashiko (pronounced shash-ko) means 'stab stitch' and refers to the small running stitch that is worked to build up distinctive decorative patterns, of which there are hundreds. The book begins by exploring the origins of the technique to strengthen clothes and to make them warmer. Getting Started describes everything you need to begin stitching, including selecting suitable fabrics and threads, marking out patterns on the fabric, as well as the stitching technique itself. Ten project chapters show how easy it is to use sashiko patterns to make beautiful items for the home. The sashiko patterns are described in step-by-step detail in the pattern library, showing you exactly how to achieve each individual pattern with ease. Finally a gallery of work by contemporary Japanese textile artists provides extra inspiration.UPC: 783324920154EAN: 9780715318478Package Dimensions: 10.9 x 8.4 x 0.5 inchesLanguages: English

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In Japan, traditional pouches were used to carry rice offerings to temples during religious ceremonies, or as gifts for friends or relatives. This is a modern rendition of those pouches, suitable for use as a project bag, gift bag, or even a purse.  Our kit includes the paper pattern designed by Karen Stevens as well a

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These linen Shibori bundles contain 7 fabric pieces from new unused linen, in a natural oatmeal colour which have been dyed with Indigo. Each has been created using different Japanese Shibori resist techniques, including: folding & clamping, stitching & gathering and pole wrapping.Each bundle contains 7 pieces ranging in size including:13cm x 20cm (5" x 8")15cm x 15cm (6" x 6")23cm x 38cm (9" x 15")25cm x 25cm (10" x 10")Some pieces will include the selvedge, but this is additional to the intended measurement.Each bundle will contain a combination of larger, medium and smaller sizes to choose from depending on which piece suits your project. The linen is 245 gsm and the combined fabric weight for each bundle is approx. 100 g (3.5 oz) These beautiful pieces are perfect for use in patching or visible mending, to make art or other home DIY projects. Size Each bundle contains pieces ranging in sizes such as: 13cm x 20cm (5" x 8") 10cm x 10cm (4" x 4") 8cm x 23cm (3" x 9") 20cm x 20cm (8" x 8") Some pieces will be frayed, but this is not included in the measurements. Meet the Maker Based in Brisbane, Australia, Kirsten Bailey creates beautiful Shibori & Indigo dyed home & fashion accessories from her home studio. Formally trained at The Brisbane Institute of Art, Kirsten's skills take her across many art forms including drawing, design, sculpting, painting, print making and gold and silver smithing. She discovered Shibori and Indigo dyeing in 2015 and is now passionately committed to bringing beautiful hand dyed items into people's homes.

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Celebrate the beauty of traditional Japanese textiles in your next creative project with Kimono: Gift & Creative Papers. Beginning with a brief introduction on the rich history of this thousands-year-old garment and its deeply symbolic patterns, this book is filled with twelve stunning pages, each decorated with gorgeous patterns sourced from original kimono fabrics. Printed on high-quality paper, each unique page unfolds into a large sheet and is finished with perforated edges for easy tear-out. Perfect for collages and crafts, we also love these stunning pages as wrapping paper for those extra special gifts. •art direction and cover design by Pepin van Roojen•introduction by Antonia Edwards •paperback•28 pages •12 removable sheets•perforated edges Dimensions •10"W x 13.5"H•removable sheets: 19.5"W x 27.5"H

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This stunning scarf is made from a lightweight cotton voile and created using two traditional Japanese Shibori techniques. The scarf is first pleated and tied and then dipped in a vat of indigo to create beautiful lines. Once dried the scarf has then been folded and clamped using circular blocks and re-dyed creating beautiful moon shapes Great for a day on the water or an evening stroll and worn just as well with a tailored jacket as with a summer dress. This is a modern classic accessory which is a wardrobe staple that will never date. Size 6.7 x 20 inches (195 x 50 cm) Care Machine or hand wash in cold water and dry in the shade Meet the Maker Based in Brisbane, Australia, Kirsten Bailey creates beautiful Shibori & Indigo dyed home & fashion accessories from her home studio. Formally trained at The Brisbane Institute of Art, Kirsten's skills take her across many art forms including drawing, design, sculpting, painting, print making and gold and silver smithing. She discovered Shibori and Indigo dyeing in 2015 and is now passionately committed to bringing beautiful hand dyed items into people's homes.

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This book holds everything about Japanese Tie-Dyeing technique, also known as 'Shibori' fabrics that is used many times in our products. Divided into two main chapters of 'Techniques' and 'Kimono Collection', this book teaches varieties of different patterns that you can create with just one technique. Also features a showcase of truly unique Japanese Kimonos made with Japanese Tie-Dyeing technique. Product Origin: Japan The Complete Japanese Tie-Dyeing 272 Pages Product #: JT08 Code: WP25

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Tenugui are a type of traditional Japanese textile with a characteristically smooth texture that dries easily and repels dust. 100% cotton, hand-dyed and cut by hand, the colorful patterns recall traditional and contemporary Japanese prints. This multipurpose towel lends a pop of color to your everyday- use it as a tea towel, placemat, table runner, head scarf, tapestry, lunch tote, gift wrap… the possibilities are endless! Learn how to use tenugui towels to wrap bottles, lunches, and much more in the rikumo journal. Please note: Tenugui are purposefully designed without hems, which means that some initial fraying is normal. Do not pull loose threads; instead, trim them with scissors. The frayed edge will develop a natural fringe over time. About SOU•SOUUse of the Japanese phrase sou sou - meaning "yes, yes" - offers more than an affirmative response; it's a way to validate another person and establish a sense of community. The SOU•SOU textile collection created by celebrated designer Karsuji Wakisaka aims to do much the same by offering colorful designs that bring us together. Drawing on the landscape around Kyoto and the mod styles of the 1960s, Wakisaka seeks to revitalize age-old Japanese styles by combining traditional shapes with contemporary patterns. Materials: CottonDimensions: Width: 14" Length: 35"Care: As this product is hand-dyed, you may experience color loss/bleeding. Hand wash separately with cold water and mild detergent. The edges of tenugui towels are seamless, meaning the weft (horizontal thread) at either end will fray with use. Trim any loose strings with scissors. This process will stop after a small fringe forms.Kyoto, Japan

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WIDTH (MM) : 1360 REPEAT (MM) : 603 STYLE : HALF DROP MATERIAL : 52% LINEN, 48% COTTON MIN ORDER : 1 METRE MARTINDALE : 40000

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