The classic polka dot pattern kasuri.
This Kasuri pattern was developed about 30 years ago and was reprinted about 3 years ago.
It is an important pattern of existence.
About four years ago, I begged the weaver to make a reprint.
This pattern is a special technique in the 30 processes of Kasuri making,
It is a pattern with a work called "surikomi". The method is to dye a bamboo comb,
It is the process of impregnating the thread.
It's a very plain and daunting task, and I feel like it's not a process that can be done if you don't love Kasuri.
This rubbing technique creates bleeding, gradation, and flavor that cannot be seen in prints.
It's going to be a fabric with an atmosphere that can't be said.
It is a truly profound pattern with a meaning added by adding one technique to the kasuri that only the weft threads are tied.
Mr. Noguchi always smiles and has a bright personality, but when it comes to Kasuri, he is serious.
I always have a lot to learn.
As spring and summer begin, the looms will be lined with "shrinking" materials, and the energetic sounds of the looms will resound.
The unbleached stepped pattern was woven quickly.