A beige with purple-navy woven cotton, to give it a light, seasonal twist.
久留米絣: Kurume-Kasuri is a method of textile dyeing invented by a girl named Inoue Den when she was about 12 years old (born: 1788). The delicately splashed patterned is called double-ikat in Japan or it's literal translation, Kurume Kasuri. The use of the Kasuri thread bound by hand, all natural plants in dyeing and a hand loom in weaving, this traditional technique is deemed an intangible cultural asset.
Available in Hand-rolled Tipping.
- 3" at the widest point
- Origin of Fabric: Japan
- Handmade in the USA
- Pressed and packaged in Boston, Massachusetts