Boro is the Japanese word for tattered rags. From the 1600’s and even into the early 1900’s the Japanese farmers of the northern region of Honshu used this technique to repair and patch their clothes. Originally made from hemp the farmers were gradually able to get their hands on bits of cotton and finally silk. Every little scrap was precious and washed and saved until it was used to give their clothes longevity. These items of clothing were so used and worn and yet have such strength that you can’t help but admire them.

Create a beautiful Boro Indigo table scarf approximately 14" x 54". 

Class is 10am-5pm

Class fee is $85

Kit fee of $30 includes 
Hand dyed indigo fabric for the base and some patches.  A wonderful assortment of Japanese cotton patch fabrics that you can choose from my stash. Threads, needles and Misty Fuse. 

Students bring:

Task Lighting if desired (3 are available in the studio)

Thimble if you use one

Reading glasses if needed

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