Japanese Sashiko Indigo£125.00/m
Sashiko, or “little stabs,” is a traditional Japanese technique of functional embroidery that can reinforce the fabric to make it stronger and more hardwearing.
This heavyweight Sashiko cotton is made from many layers of thread, making it strong and thick yet lightweight and breathable, with a stitched ‘rice like’ texture. The fabric is dyed using a traditional technique called Bushu in which the threads are yarn dyed with real indigo dye before being woven.
*This fabric is rich in real indigo dye and the colour can transfer.
Made in Japan, 100% cotton, 120cm wide.
Thread match suggestion: 4818
Fabric available in 0.5m increments
DHL & Royal Mail tracked services
UK (2-3 working days) £5.50
Europe (2-4 working days) £23.50
Rest of the world (2-7 working days) £36.00
Australia, New Zealand & Saudi Arabia (7-10 working days) £45
*Shipping rates may cost more if your parcel is heavier than 2kg or you live in a remote location.
Samples are posted 1st Class and shipping is charged at 90p for the UK, £2 for Europe and £3 for the rest of the world.
If your parcel is being shipped outside the UK you will not be charged VAT, but you will subject to local VAT and import duties. These charges will be applied by your government at the point of delivery, therefor Cloth House is not responsible for any additional taxes and cannot offer any compensation.
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Other products or vintage items which are not cut fabric may be returned to us if unsuitable.
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