BLUE FLEA - Japanese indigo & textile pop-up shop and workshops at WANTEDDESIGN STORE (Sep 24-25)

August 31, 2016


THE DESIGN MARKET - South Street Seaport

19 Fulton St. New York. NY

- POP-UP - 


Erin Wilson
Rosa Chang
Susan Albert


Fermenting “sukumo” Indigo Dyeing Workshops by BUAISOU
3 - 5pm
15 spots per day
$45 per person
Show up anytime between 3 to 5pm wearing something you can get dirty on. You will learn basic shibori & itajime technique and dye one bandana in Japanese fermenting “sukumo” indigo vat.  Each session takes 30 min per person. All material and tools will be provided (no bring-in items).

Sashiko Stitch Workshop by Atsushi Futatsuya of Sashi.Co
6 spots per session
$135 per person
Duration: 3 hours
Sign-up here:
This is a rare opportunity to learn sashiko stitching technique from the master Atsushi Futatsuya, the third generation of a surviving sashiko family in Gifu prefecture, Japan. The workshop comes with a complete kit of sashiko needles, a sashiko thimble, a skein of white sashiko thread, and fabric with traditional Asano-ha patterns printed on. You will learn basic sashiko stitching, embroidery techniques and go home with a fabric large enough to make a tote bag, placemat, patchworking, or your own project after the workshop.






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