Friday, 27 November 2009

How you ship?

In ecological reason, I do not want to over-wrapping and I use recycled materials. I take much care about my products not to be crushed / torn / damped and or any damaged in the delivery process of course.

Also, I use exotic unique stamps on it.

I hope you also enjoy my stamps on the envelop as much as my products.


OOAK, same scrunchie is available?

I am always accepting any questions or inquiries about my products and my shop.

::Q:: would like to have the same scrunchie I sold before.

::A:: Thank you for your checking my listings.
Almost all my works are "one of a kind".
However, sometime I might make similar one according to availability of my fabrics.
Please feel free to convo me.

In same reason, if you wish to have your original conbination scrunchie, I will gladly accept your custom order.

Thank you for your visiting!! :-)

Monday, 23 November 2009

I made new ring. This is very new design. I put lovely button on it!


Friday, 20 November 2009

The "TSUMUGI" weaving was histrically for lower classed people. Because the TSUMUGI was woven from thicker threads sometime with nepps, which would not be able to used for high classed fabric.After hundreds years, it is now valued and loved as shabby-chic and characteristic.

Monday, 16 November 2009

This pale blue fabric is so beatiful and much hands-needed crafts. First the fabric was woven FAN shown on the smooth ground.And after weaving, the colour dyed on some of the fans (Not all!) The dyeing was ROUKETSU (Or Roukechi) Zome, a traditional wax-resist textile dyeing technique.

And this fabric is now very rare. (Artisan of Roukechi like this is now very rare and old.)

- Natsu

Sunday, 15 November 2009

Tuesday, 10 November 2009

Two parts of Fabric consists my scrunhie

A Kimono fabric has only 33cm-36cm width (width of the Kimono bolt (roll)) . And I use 50cm for one scrunchie. So, I patch two pieces of Kimono fabric for one.

Of course you think I should take the 50cm from length not width so that I do not have to patch. But the fabric is much storonger to take it from width than length because of the fabric's weaving.