Japanese Yarn Dyed Fabrics
Yarn Dyed fabrics. These traditional Japanese fabrics with muted shades are perfect for your projects.
In Yarn dyed fabrics, the warp and weft threads are dyed before being woven. In this way, the pattern, and often the texture, of this type of fabric is obtained by crossing the threads themselves, and is not printed later.
Great figures of Japanese patchwork, such as Yoko Saito, Yoshiko Katagiri or Reiko washizawa, among others, make their creations with this type of fabric, with subdued tones and subtle colors, very much linked to nature.
In Japanese woven fabrics, you will not find bright colors; a graish-taupe veil, shows us calmer side of each color, and takes us to autumn landscapes with their earth tones, lichen, moss....