Sashiko Red and White Bow Tie

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Sashiko Red and White Bow Tie

95.00

100% Silk

Sashiko's (刺し子) translation, “little stabs,” is a reflection of the technique on this tie, creating this design with one stitch and thread at a time. A form of hand-stitched embroidery technique, it was mainly used to reinforce fabric for utilitarian and ornamentation purposes. Today, it has evolved into intricate embroidering of garments and even applied to corners of Japanese wrapping cloths called Furoshiki to make them sturdier. Sashiko patterns typically originate from traditional Japanese and Chinese motifs appearing in nature and folklore.

Crafted in single limited batches, each tie is entirely hand-sewn. This kimono fabric is exceptional plus a design that is simple yet rich. Also available as a Necktie and Pocket Square.

Available in Butterfly shape.

  • 3.5" at the widest point
  • Self-tie
  • Origin of Fabric: Japan
  • Handmade in the USA
  • Pressed and packaged in Boston, Massachusetts

 

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