This piece was made in uncertain times, wishing upon healing in this world. It holds a special place in our hearts, as it was one of the first pieces to take shape and give direction to Kokūn. It is made by putting together bits of naturally dyed swatches, with patient small hand stitches, this took several weeks to come to life. It promises comfort and peace to the wearer.
In Japanese, kai means “restoration" and "recovery”.
-Dyed using Indian madder and rust
-Printed with Guava leaves and iron water
-Made in soft organic handloom cotton
-Hand-finished with cotton thread
-Hand wash with pH neutral/mild soap or dry clean
-Scrunch softly before drying
-Hang dry in shade
-Iron at low-medium heat