linen tea towel - navy and white stripes | JUNE
These long-lasting natural linen kitchen towels will only get softer and more absorbent with each wash. A nifty cotton loop allows for it to easily... read more
Kitchen & Dining
Nothing makes running in kitchen more pleasant than linen items accompanying one around! We love and recommend linen, since it is charmingly natural material so pleasant for the skin and easy to take care of besides being breathable, moisture tolerant, long lasting and actually getting softer the more it's been used!
Cotton & Flax visits Momen+
In my ongoing effort to highlight the best fabric and craft shops in Los Angeles, and Southern California as a whole, I am excited to share my visit to Momen+! My friend Nichole had been telling me about the great selection of Japanese fabrics at Momen+, so we took a trip down to Torrence to…
Joanna Waterfall: Block Shop Identity and Collateral | Design Work Life
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Furoshiki Cloth - Oboro
Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese wrapping cloth that is used to wrap all sorts of objects, often in elaborate shapes. In Japanese culture, furoshiki functions as a method of communication, with its many knots and ties representing the ties between people. Commonly used to pack lunches and wrap gifts, furoshiki is a fun and eco-friendly way to take your essentials on the go! This series includes various sizes of furoshiki to wrap a wide range of items. Looking for more ideas? Read our…
Linen wrapping cloth
I think I’m on a wrapping cloth kick, as with my Japanese furoshiki post! I had to share this set of natural linen bento bags from Quitokeeto with you. They're so gorgeous, simple and incredibly useful. The environmental thought is that the bags are meant to replace your single-use plastics....
With a brand motto of “Today for Tomorrow,” LA’s Publish focuses on providing garments that are sustainable in terms of both design longevity and environmentally supportive produc…
Tenugui: Japanese Traditional Cloth
We’re suckers for great fabric, the color blue and things that have multiple uses:“Tenugui, a hand dyed cotton cloth has always been an essential tool for the Japanese. Not only was it used as a wiping tool such as a towel or a handkerchief, it was also used as a bandage or a headwear in the old days. To dry quicker in such a humid country like Japan, and for multipurpose use, the ends are unfinished so it will fray after first few washes.