Sashiko or "little stabs" is a form of decorative reinforcement stitching (or functional embroidery) from Japan. Sashiko embroidery was used to strengthen the homespun clothes of olden times. Worn out clothes were pieced together to make new garments by using simple running stitches. These clothes increased their strength with this durable embroidery.
We are inspired by this tradition. Bringing new life to non-virgin materials carries a renewed importance in our world as we mitigate the very real impact of decades of overproduction. Our aim is to keep as many garments in use as possible.
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