Zanshi: Leftover Thread Cloth
, or kuzuito
, is cloth that is woven from threads either leftover from home production of yarn making, or from broken threads that were purchased from local commercial weavers. Usually the weft is fed with these random threads while generally the warp is regulated producing an irregular horizontal 'striping'; if home threads are used, knotted slubs can often be seen.
early to mid twentieth century66" x 14", 168 cm x 25.5 cm... (more)