The last batch of Natural Kakishibu Dyed Sashiko Thread is finally available.
On top of the gorgeous gold Kakishibu Color, we came up with 3 interesting variegated & gradient colors. These are one of a kind colors, but the gradient colors are the colors we do not know if we can recreate again. They look somewhat similar to the previous gradient Kakishibu Color (K4 and K6), but they are surely different in each batch.
As I keep mentioning, Kakishibu Dye is one of the most challenging Natural dye because of its character. The color changes by sunlight, humidity, and temperature. Enjoy the beautiful colors. For this time, we have 7 skeins in stock for each color.
*Kakishibu = Persimmon Tannin (fermented) | Kakishibu is a form of liquid (or sometimes powder) made from unripe persimmon. Squeeze the juice from green un-ripe persimmon and ferment the juice. The process is challenging.