A piece of Japanese vintage fabric with a traditional Seikai-ha Sashiko pattern on. I suppose this fabric may be left-over from a Sashiko-workmen-socks project. The sashiko stitching is done by hand but unknown by whom.
The design is based on the Japanese traditional pattern so called Seikai-Ha (青海波）. The back of the fabric is cleaned somewhat. However, you may choose to use it as a repair-fashion material or finish the fabric by putting the interface and/or back fabric.
Size: 20" x 13" (inch) Weight: 43 gram
Material: Japanese vintage Fabric / Cotton, vintage indigo dye fabric (No proof.)
Upcycle Stitches / Sashi.Co & Keiko Futatsuya are a group of Sashiko artists. We usually make Sashiko stitching with a purpose, like making a Sashiko Jacket and/or a Sashiko Bag.
However, from time to time, we enjoy Sashiko stitchings without any purposes. Just for fun and enjoy stitching. In addition to that, we occasionally get a piece of fabric after we make a product. We kept piling them in a drawer, and we realize that there may be people who are interested in these fabrics.
These fabrics are good for repairing your garments. We offer some tutorials how to do so with Sashiko fabrics. It can be used for dining/kitchenware by putting the back fabric and finishing them.
*Our customer shared a nice idea. After trimming the edge of the fabric, then put it in a frame. It would be a nice wall decoration.