Tag Archives: Japanese craft

DxV: Lue Brass

Regina Connell.   Trendy as it is, I’ve never been terribly enamored of brass. Copper, yes. Steel, yes. Silver, absolutely. Gold, well of course. But brass always felt, well, cheap. But over the last year, I’ve decided to make an … Continue reading

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Noticed: Boro

By Kathryn Clark Are you seeing blue patchwork everywhere these days? It all goes back to the Japanese. Boro, meaning “rags” in Japanese, are patched and mended farmer textiles found throughout rural Japan. Many of these textiles were made with … Continue reading

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