This is a fragment of Tsutsugaki-dyed indigo textile. Tsutsudakaki is a Japanese resist-dyeing technique in which a pattern is drawn on the cloth with glue, the fabric is dyed, and the glue is washed off.
This one is reconstructed from a lot of small indigo textiles. These patched and mended with Sashiko stitching in old-times.
Measures: 34cm×66cm (13in × 25in)
Japanese vintage Tsutsugaki Boro fragment
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