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International Quilt Study Center & Museum: Japanese Indigo Dyeing -- via Kathrin Dream

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Antique Indigo Patched Boro Cloth SOLD

An exceptional indigo patched Boro textile cloth from old Japan, when many poor farming families recycled generations of worn out indigo cloth into patchworks of great soulful beauty, only appreciated today as works-of-art.

because i am in love with denim and indigo for ages, either in fashion than in interior design, i was in the mood today to make a connectio.

amazing patchwork and character of boro #dreamindenim

Boro textiles were made in the late and early century by impoverished Japanese people from reused and recycled indigo-dyed, cotton rags.

Boro bedcover

Pictured hanging on the wall in the photo below is a wonderful and large boro futon cover; on the floor is an arrangement of zokin or sashiko stitched dust cloths made from recycled cottons which…

Eleanor McCain - Art Quilts: Galleries - Nine Patch/Cross Series

Eleanor McCain quilt usually I hate verigated solid colors but they look good here.

Antique Japanese Boro Indigo Cotton Futon Cover

From Kimono Boy - Boro Patchwork Indigo Cotton Futon Cover. Wonderful variety of textiles including tsutsugaki, stripe and kasuri patches. Excellent example of Japanese Folk Textile Boro Art. Age Late to Early

Blueprint, 2010 by Jiseon Lee Isbara, USA. | Hand stitched, … | Flickr

Blueprint, 2010 by Jiseon Lee Isbara Hand stitched, dyed and inkjet printed, silk satin organza, x 25 in.