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Hello everyone ♡^▽^♡

I’m Indonesian and I live with my husband in a small city surrounded by mountains and greenery. It's called Kurayoshi in the West Japan.

I've always loved traditional textiles. I love batik, traditionally made textile from my home country, Indonesia. And I love kimono, saree, and other traditional costumes and textiles.

I got to know Tsumami Zaiku (or best known in the West as Kanzashi) in 2012. I was learning to sew and I realized there's a lot of fabric scraps resulted from my sewing. I thought I could make use of them instead of just throwing them away. Besides, I'm always up for recycling reusing idea. I taught myself to make kanzashi from tutorials I got from the internet and books. I spent hours and hours experimenting with different types of fabric. My favorites are, of cour…

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  • Female
  • Born on August 23
  • Joined May 20, 2011

Favorite materials

cotton, satin, silk, rice glue, ceramic

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About

Hello everyone ♡^▽^♡

I’m Indonesian and I live with my husband in a small city surrounded by mountains and greenery. It's called Kurayoshi in the West Japan.

I've always loved traditional textiles. I love batik, traditionally made textile from my home country, Indonesia. And I love kimono, saree, and other traditional costumes and textiles.

I got to know Tsumami Zaiku (or best known in the West as Kanzashi) in 2012. I was learning to sew and I realized there's a lot of fabric scraps resulted from my sewing. I thought I could make use of them instead of just throwing them away. Besides, I'm always up for recycling reusing idea. I taught myself to make kanzashi from tutorials I got from the internet and books. I spent hours and hours experimenting with different types of fabric. My favorites are, of course, batik (cotton and silk), kimono silk, and chirimen. I love combining those in my works.

Besides making tsumami zaiku, my daily activities include housework, spending time with hubby, and teaching English twice a week at an English school nearby.

Visit my blog to know more about me and batik:
http://jawaneko.blogspot.com/
And interact with me on my Facebook page:
https://www.facebook.com/jagatarabatik

Thank you for visiting my shop ♡^▽^♡

Sari Nakahara

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