Seigaiha over an indigo blue
Japanese fabric. Seigaiha over an indigo blue
Japanese fabric of 100% cotton. Pattern of seigaihas (waves) that send us good omens without end, like the return of waves to the shore.
The Kasuri technique is a very laborious technique, used for centuries to obtain fabrics of an indigo blue color with repetitive motifs. For this, the threads to be used were tied following a different pattern according to the final motif one wished to obtain, and they were died in successive baths of indigo until you had that characteristic deep blue color. Afterwards, expert weavers worked the fabric in motifs more or less complex according to their level of experience.
Enjoy this fabric in clothes, accessories or decoration… how about a table runner with matching napkins? Super easy and very rewarding.
- Origin: Japan.
- Fabric: Printed Sheeting
- Material: Cotton 100%
- Width: 110 cm
- Weight: 134 g/m2
- Length by unit: 50cm
The price that appears is per unit (50cm), which means, if you wish to request 1m, you’ll need 2 units.
Wash it in a washing machine at low temperature, delicate cycle, and best backwards, so it lasts longer. Don’t use bleach or bleachers, a soft spin-dry cycle, iron at low temperature.
It’s recommended that you wash it before using it. Cotton fabrics can shrink up to 5%.
|Tipo de tejido||Printed cotton - Algodón impreso|