This is a tsutsugaki indigo-dyed cotton rug called furoshiki.
The fabric is homespun, handwoven, and four narrow panels have been joined to make one furoshiki. It is a heavier fabric, thick and quite soft. There are a number of tiny holes and areas of thinning, but it is in great condition for the age.
Tsutsugaki is a Japanese technique of resist dyeing that involves drawing rice-paste designs on cloth, dyeing the cloth, and then washing off the paste.
Material: Cotton 100%
Measures: 132cm×144cm (52in × 56in)
Vintage Japanese Tsutsugaki indigo dyed furoshiki
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