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Japanese Textiles

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Liberty Tana Lawn is extra wide (136cm or 54") and has no selvedge.TO PURCHASE: Select your preferred cut from the dropdown list: 25cm strip = 25cm x 136cm (10" x 54") FQ = 50cm x 67cm (19.75" x 26.75") 1m = 100cm x 136cm (39" x 54") ______________________________________________________________________________BUY LENG

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Pre-printed 14" square of navy blue 100% cotton fabric, marked with permanent stitching lines for a sashiko style embroidery block. The marking on the fabric will not wash out and even applying heat to it directly will not remove the marks. It is recommended that Sashiko thread or perle cotton thread be used for the stitching.

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High quality DMC Mouline Embroidery floss. With over 500 different shades, you can make wonderfull color combinations. Make those pretty colors lighten up your craft room! Read our blog to get ideas on how to display your floss Made in France 100% cotton Per skein of 8 Meter (8.7 yd) Each skein has 6 easily seperated strands, so you can customize its thickness. Double mercerized Can be washed Color quality control - no difference between different dye baths

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Sashiko is an ancient Japanese stitching technique, which translates to “little stabs,” and was once used to reinforce cloth. This functional embroidery inspired Rebecca to create a woven fabric covered in little marks.

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Our coasters are beauty and utility found in the high-quality textile that we treasure. Inspired by Japanese traditional embroidery techniques, our cloth coasters are hand sketched, drafted and stitched by experienced artisans. It's elegant enough to be presented as a stand-alone piece of decoration, yet it’s durable enough for everyday use. Quantity may be limited at times, but new and restock prints will be added as we go, so stay close! Details That Matter: 100% Cotton Hand-stitched…

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Dimensions: roughly 152 x 161cm FEATURE: Japanese Vintage Indigo Fabric for Futon Cover, floor rug, wall display or Home Decoration MATERIAL: 100% Cotton, all natural dyes, Japanese Antique Textile CONDITION: used fabric, old, could have some fabric rip, loose threads and holes. B206521112

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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…

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