A Sashiko Stitched Zokin: Two Plaids

$21.00 USD

mid twentieth century
11 1/2" x 13 3/4", 29 cm x 35 cm

Zokin are traditional Japanese dustrags which are almost always made from layered and sashiko stitched scraps of cloth.

This is a good-sized zokin which is sewn from two types of recycled cotton plaid cloth.

It is about three or so layers thick so there is heft to it, and aside from the really nice combination of plaid, the sashiko stitching is nicely done in a meandering format.

A very good looking zokin made of great cloth.