I've been putting out more antique indigo cotton. These are mostly hand-dyed and handwoven kasuri and katazome. Kasuri is Japanese ikat in which the threads (warp and weft or just weft) are tie-dyed before weaving. Katazome ('stencil dyeing') involves stencilling a rice paste resist before dyeing, creating designs such as these flowers and cranes. These date from the late 19th to mid- 20th century and are taken from old bedding and clothing.