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Sashiko 刺し子 is a Japanese style of needlework. Literally meaning “little stabs,” sashiko was originally used to strengthen and reinforce fabric through a series of running stitches. Eventually sashiko evolved into a more decorative form, and today it is used to create patterns on table linens and tenugui 手拭い, cloth bags, and clothing such as kimono. Sashiko is best-known for its striking style of natural-toned yarn on indigo fabric, though modern patterns are stitched in any color, pattern…

Asian Art Museum. Tenugui (raccoon dog) pounding his belly. Japan, Osaka Masatami (Japanese, active mid-1800s) Date: approx. 1870-1890 Ivory with detail staining; inlaid mother-of-pearl and horn

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Furoshiki gift wrapping by RecycleNow. How to wrap your presents in Furoshiki (cloth) to avoid using wrapping paper. Unlike wrapping paper (which usually can't be recycled) Furoshiki can be used again and again.

Multipurpose blanket with directions to make it into just about anything.
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