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#nonatabigram Vol.2 at Danish vegetable dyeing workshop G-ULD
This is the final episode of the story about when I participated in an international class vegetable dyeing workshop held at G-ULD, a Danish company that makes vegetable dyed wool.
Click here for Vol.1.
Sashiko and Europe Studio Masachuka / Eight Needles
UNIQLO I had heard from a business partner that UNIQLO had begun offering repair and sashiko services, and this spring I had the opportunity to meet Mr. Morikawa, the representative of Studio Masachuka , who is in charge of UNIQLO's Europe and North America. In June, I was able to visit Uniqlo's sashiko services in Denmark, Copenhagen, and London. And finally, Studio Masachuka's new brand NONA's vegetable-dyed yarn debuted at Eight Needles .
I've uploaded a lot of photos of Sashiko that I saw in Copenhagen and London.
NONA What I want to start in fall/winter
I will dye and knit this year too!
NONA has started selling vegetable-dyed yarn from 2022.
The richness of the heart can be felt from the colors of the vegetable dyed cotton used in temari, sashiko, and embroidery.
I wish I could feel closer to the world of wool.
The amount that NONA can make carefully and wholeheartedly is still small.
We want to be a brand that makes people think that when you go there, you will always see the colors of the plants and trees.
In the fall and winter, we offer plant-dyed wool.
#nonatabigram Vol.1 at Danish vegetable dyeing workshop G-ULD
#nonatabigram Visiting a handiwork school in Denmark vol.2
good morning. This is Rika, who can't contain her excitement at the NONA Temari Exhibition (#nonatemarifes2023). Thank you to everyone who came despite the hot weather.
Now, let's continue the story about Danish handicraft schools. I want to introduce you with lots of photos, so this is a long post!
#nonatabigram Visiting a handiwork school in Denmark vol.1
How are you all doing? It seems like this hot and humid weather is getting worse every year.
There are many students in Temari's classroom that I don't get to meet very often, so I decided to introduce them all in this June blog about my trip to Europe for the first time in a while.
On Instagram, you can see my travels under #nonatabigram.