Sashiko thread in 12 shades of indigo blue
Sashiko thread in 12 shades of indigo blue
Sashiko thread in 12 shades of indigo blue
Sashiko thread in 12 shades of indigo blue
Sashiko thread in 12 shades of indigo blue
Sashiko thread in 12 shades of indigo blue
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Sashiko thread in 12 shades of indigo blue

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Sashiko threads in 12 shades of genuine indigo blue. Hand dyed by ワタナベズ(watanabe’s) in Tokushima and manufactured by 糸六(Itoroku) in Kyoto, Japan. Please enjoy the high quality indigo hand sewing threads created through the collaboration between Itoroku and Watanabe’s.

【 PRODUCT DETAILS】
- 12 colors of indigo blue
- Thread length : 50 m per one
- 100% cotton
- Dyed in Tokushima, Japan
- Original thread by Itoroku and Watanabe’s

✳︎ It comes as a set of 12 shades of color in a box. You cannot purchase separately.
✳︎ Approximately the same thickness as the thin sashiko thread from Daruma.

 

【Care instructions】
- This product is dyed by hand may have uneven colors.
- Colors may migrate due to heavy rubbing during use.
- Yellowish-brown pigment characteristic of Sukumo may appear during washing.
- Please store away from ultraviolet rays.

 


【 About Itoroku 】

 


Itoroku is located near Muromachi street in Kyoto which is often called Kimono fabric street. Founded in 1871, a sixth-generation family-owned business, Itoroku has been the destination for sewing and handicraft lovers in Kyoto for over 150 years.

https://itoroku2525.com/

 

【About Watanabe’s】

We grow indigo leaves, make Sukumo (indigo dye), dye our indigo products in Kamiita-cho, Tokushima Prefecture, which is know as a production center of Sukumo. Our blue color produced by the “natural alkaline lye fermentation vatting method,” a traditional Japanese technique, is characterized by its deep and brilliant blue.

https://watanabezu.com/

 


※ NOTE : Ensure you are aware of any customs charges that may be incurred by authorities in your country. SASHIKO.LAB is not responsible.

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