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One of three colourways of this gorgeous asanoha (hemp leaf) pattern Japanese patchwork print, in grey and white (first photo).  The largest asanoha 'leaves' are around 3in (7.6cm). Printed on a lightweight 'barkcloth' style slightly textured cotton.

This lovely neutral grey would be perfect for giving a contemporary look to a Japanese project, and is substantial enough for things like cushions or bags. I have to confess that I would also be a bit tempted to stitch the same pattern in sashiko over this print, just following the white spaces, maybe in a darker shade of grey or a fashionable colour like turquoise or yellow ochre.

This isn't the first time I've had this, or the varigated white on dark indigo blue (second photo) or mottled mid blue/purple (third photo) version, but last time I took them out to shows and they disappeared a bit too quickly to add to the website. You can see why!


110cm (43in) wide (approx).


100% cotton

Made in Japan

NB - sold by the half metre, so order '1' for a half metre, '2' for one metre etc.

63150-104 'sogo' barkcloth type Japanese asanoha patchwork print, by 1/2m

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