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Kiriko by Tracey George Posted on September 16, '14

Long ago, patterns had meanings. Cloth was hand-woven and dyes were seasonal. 
Each scrap of fabric brought back a time and place. 
We cycled through seasons, not trends. We made memories, not mass-produced goods. 
Then we began to lose touch with tradition. We stopped treasuring our clothes.

The founders of Kiriko believe fabric is everything. 
They searched Japan for centuries-old denim, hand-dyed shibori, and vibrant kasuri. 
Their handmade scarves showcase traditional craftsmanship and care. 
Wear them, love them. Hand them down. Add another chapter to their story: Yours.

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