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    NATSUKI SASHIKO

  • NATSUKI ISHIHARA

    A Japanese Sashiko Artisan + α

     

    With feeling the moment in a process of Sashiko stitching, trying to figure out what the Japanese mean to us.

     

    A graduate of Atsushi's Sashiko Workshop (in late 2018).

    Among many other Sashiko stitching, with collaborating to Upcycle Stitches, focusing on the Sashiko Denim to make "Natsuki Collection Exhibition" happen.

     

     

  • SASHIKO DENIM

    A Series of Sashiko Denim Upcycled by Natsuki Ishihara

    Natsuki Sashiko Denim 003 Back Main

    It is the Natsuki's Sashiko.

     

    Fabric talks.

     

    Expressing a view of the world is not my goal in Sashiko. I would rather end up with expressing myself as the result of dialogue to the fabric, like a form of by-product.

     

    I would rather be an artisan than the artist. "職人 - Shokunin" is who I am as of today.

     

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    (Atsushi's Note)

     

    Instead of sharing a history of what Natsuki has accomplished, I would like to keep expressing who she is - focusing on the moment of her stitching.

     

    This is a debut of Natsuki's Sashiko Denim.

     

  • Shop Natsuki's Sashiko Denim

    All one of a kind. All hand-stitched. Click the title to purchase.

    Natsuki Collection #001 White Dream - In Stock

    Levi's503 W34: L36 Thread: #10 Original White and #12 Bright White.

    MSPR: $4,780.00 (USD)

    Natsuki Collection #002 Natural - In Stock

    Levi's502 W30: L36 Thread: Kakishibu and Logwood

    MSPR: $4,780.00 (USD)

    Natsuki Sashiko Denim 003 Front

    #003

    Natsuki Collection #003 For A. - Unavailable

    More information is coming

  • Sashiko Friends & Sponsors

    To pass down the Sashiko we are proud of.

    Sashi.Co

    Japanese Website with introducing Sashi.Co & Keiko Futatsuya.

    Upcycle Stitches

    To learn more about Sashiko. Natsuki is from Atsushi's Sashiko Stitching Workshop.

  • Contact Us

    Atsushi (Upcycle Stitches) will be in charge of communication in English