We had a lot of fun patching this pair of vintage Leviʻs Jeans! We patched the holes on the knees from the inside to keep the original shape of the tear. Keeping with those organic shapes, we mimicked it with other patches throughout the jeans. This pair represent true vintage fabric of East and West, creating a 'One-of-a-kind' piece. Stop by the store and check these jeans out along with a few other pairs that weʻve patched.
Thank you to everyone who came out to our Boro Workshop on Friday! We are always amazed by the creativity of everyone and how their final pieces come out. Weʻre glad to be able to pass down our value of “mottainai,” meaning nothing should be wasted and everything can be recycled and made new again. Thank you again for another unforgettable night and all of your support!
Weʻve updated our site with this beautiful, vintage shibori furoshiki. Furoshiki are traditionally used as wrapping cloths, commonly used to carry lunches or to wrap gifts. However, this one can have many uses. From a sheet to go over your bed, an on-the-go table cloth or a beautiful piece to be displayed in your home.
This particular Jacket is inspired by the indigenous people of Japan, Ainu(アィヌ). They usually live in Hokkaido and Northeastern Honshu. Resourceful and spiritual, the Ainu decorate their garments with intricate hand embroidered and maze-like designs that are meant to trap evil spirits.
Short Sleeve Button-Ups are back! These shirts are a great way to bring a bold look to your warmer weather wardrobe. We have a limited supply, so make sure you snag your favorite pattern before it’s gone! 🤗 — https://kirikomade.com/collections/shirt
Comfortable everyday socks for all seasons. These socks are crafted in the US, with a geometric Asanoha pattern. This red and navy combo is bold and eye-catching. Asanoha (麻ノ葉) is a popular geometric Japanese pattern, representing hemp leaves. An important material, particularly in pre-industrial Japan, hemp and other natural motifs, often made their way into textile designs. As hemp grows fast and strong, it is meant to symbolize growth and good health. — Find them at: https://kirikomade.com/products/asanoha-socks-red-and-navy-1