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Item Indigo Cotton Boro Sashiko Furoshiki Textile

Patched with a wonderful variety of delightfully faded indigo cotton fabrics.

3 Distinct Sashiko Patterns in the corners.

Note the hand stitching on the selvage (edge)
Early 1900s
Fabric Cotton with cotton patches. Homespun, Hand Loomed.
Soft feel.
3.8 X 4.1 feet
115 X 125 cm
Strong, thick & soft fabric, med-heavy weight
14 oz, 387 g
Good Overall Boro Condition.
Few small holes as seen in photos.
We washed, ironed this textile.
This textile is ready to use in your project or to hang as wall art.
Comments Either side displays very well.

Furoshiki are a type of traditional Japanese wrapping cloth mainly used to transport clothes, gifts, or other goods. Furoshiki began to be used in the middle of the Nara period (AD 710 to 794), in Japanese baths (Onsen). In order to prevent a mix up of the bathers' clothes, the removed clothing was tied up in Furoshiki. Later the system of folding spread and was used by traders to protect their goods or gifts.

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