Studio Arkademie ASANOHA SASHIKO A6 Portrait Notebook Sleeve, Natural
In 17th century Edo Period, the sashiko stitching techniques were developed in the rural north of Japan, where cotton threads were woven into linen fabrics to reinforce them and keep their wearers warm.
Since then, sashiko has transformed from a mere functional device into iconic Japanese embellishments on many fashion garments.
Drawing inspiration from the sashiko technique, the stitches made into vegetable-tanned Italian suede leather, strengthening, and at the same time augmenting the aesthetic of the humble material.
In this A6 format notebook sleeve of about half a square foot of leather, there are no less than one thousand two hundred stitches painstakingly made by hand, and taking up to 40 hours to complete.
It pays tribute to sashiko stitches' humble beginnings and is a testimony of the dedication of the artisans that created them.
Images shown are for reference only. Each sleeve is handmade and unique.
Fits most brands of A6 softcover notebooks, planners and organizers including Grandluxe, Fabriano, Midori, Moleskine, Muji, Monologue, Rhodia, etc.
Pen holder, card holders and a notebook are included with the sleeve. Designed and handmade in Singapore.
Dimensions: 16.5 cm L x 12 cm W x 2.5 cm H
Lead Time: Made-to-Order. 21 working days from date of order.
Freight, import tax and custom duties apply for international orders.