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Using Tenugui

08 Mar, 2018

Using Tenugui

Tenugui are a common household item in Japan. These versatile cloths can be used as anything from washcloths and headbands, or simply for decoration. 

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Inside Sashiko Stitching

21 Feb, 2018

Inside Sashiko Stitching

Our Sashiko fabric is sourced from our Japanese heritage manufacturer, is specially embroidered on the original, traditional machinery that was used to make these patterns in the past. The result is multiple unique patterns on the fabric. 

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Making Chu-sen Dyed Tenugui

15 Dec, 2017

Making Chu-sen Dyed Tenugui

Tenugui is simply described as 'a piece of dyed cotton cloth.' Chu-sen Dyeing technique is as unique as the Tenugui designs themselves. Tenugui are dyed by hand, which is why the patterns and the colors are inconsistent on each and every one of them, making them more personal.

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Holiday Gift Guide

17 Nov, 2017

Holiday Gift Guide

A perfect gift to give to your loved ones, a perfect gift with Kiriko Made. Click to learn more about our Holiday Gift ideas.

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Kiriko x Red Clouds Collective Collaboration

02 Nov, 2017

Kiriko x Red Clouds Collective Collaboration

For our second collaboration together, we've created a duffle bag using a modern Indigo Sashiko fabric from Japan. Sashiko fabric is known for its durability and long-lasting quality. Combined with 14 oz. cotton canvas and Herman Oak vegetable-tanned leather, these duffle bags will instantly become your trip-essential carrier.

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Making of Boro Tote Bag

21 Jul, 2017

Making of Boro Tote Bag

We wanted to share the process of making our newest line of bag, Boro Tote Bag, because it is always good to see how the products are made, right?

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