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Daruma Kogin cloth (8870)
Daruma Kogin cloth (8870)
Daruma Kogin cloth (8870)
Daruma Kogin cloth (8870)
Daruma Kogin cloth (8870)
Daruma Kogin cloth (8870)
Daruma Kogin cloth (8870)

Daruma Kogin cloth (8870)

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Kogin is a derivation of sashiko embroidery which was developed in the Edo period as a way to reinforce cloth with layers of tight stitching to make it warmer.

Kogin cloth is a thick open weave made to take the needles punching in and out of the holes. Similar to a cross stitch the grid formation of the holes in the cloth dictates the stitching. The geometric patterns are created by stitching vertically, following a pattern to cover uneven numbers of holes   - one, three, five and sometimes seven - in order to show the thread. 

The long kogin needles and the thick thread work together with the kogin cloth. 

The cloth comes in six shades. 

100% Linen
length 50cm - width 44cm


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