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17 October 02:15:18
… I got lovely funny pumpkin named “beret “. I’m sorry it doesn’t at all look like Halloween. 🎃 🤦🏻‍♀️🤷🏻‍♀️🙇🏻‍♀️😂 ・ My IG friend @foofoogohmann told me that it’s cold “turban squash” in English. Thank you for your information. 🙏🎃👍 ・ ・ 可愛いかぼちゃ(ベレー帽)を西友の生花コーナーで発見、¥500也。ハロウィンぽくない写真でごめんなさい。🎃🤦🏻‍♀️🤷🏻‍♀️🙇🏻‍♀️😂 ・ … #pumpkin #turbansquash #halloween #kofu #aizome #japanesefabrics #upcycle #japaneseboro #scraps #quiltsofinstagram #quiltingfun #handquilting #sashiko #potmat #おもちゃかぼちゃ #飾りかぼちゃ #ハロウィン #ホトトギス #キルト #パッチワーク #パッチワークキルト #古布 #藍染 #ハギレ #襤褸 #ボロ #刺し子 #キルティング #鍋敷き #ポットマット

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16 October 20:34:07
JAPANESE BORO WORKSHOP - THE SLOW STITCH on SUNDAY 3RD DECEMBER with Leanne from KINOMO HOUSE.  The Japanese word BORO literally means ‘ragged or tattered’ and is a traditional example of patchworked fabric. Historically in Japan, indigo and kimono fabric was truly precious and never discarded - old cloth was repaired and stitched together to make new items for every-day use. In this class we will learn how to stitch, mend and quilt layers of recycled cloth to give them new life in this traditional Japanese way.  Limited spots available to this class - and a perfect flow on for those who have already done Sashiko from last time!  Head to the link in our bio to book