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ハンカチーフプラッド Handkerchief Plaid


ハンカチーフプラッド Handkerchief Plaid

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Min Qty: 4
46 x 46cm / 18.1" x 18.1″
Regular price
Sale price
Unit price
Japan Retail Price / Wholesale Price

Min Qty: 4
46 x 46cm / 18.1" x 18.1″

Soft cotton handkerchief made with our original printed plaid.

We’re also at a turning point where we can't just keep throwing everything away. A handkerchief means less paper towels. A less disposable daily life. You can also make your own handkerchief with some fabric. Fold and stitch the edges. We made this one with Postalco Plaid. Handmade in Japan.

Sweet spot

Windstorms rip up towns. But slow the wind down and it becomes a breeze. Floods destroy cities. But a glass of water is refreshing. Same wind. Same water. It's the amount that changes everything. A 100 yard roll of fabric is heavy and difficult to handle. But a small piece of fabric, the size of a handkerchief, feels surprisingly great. Less of something is often better. Handkerchiefs hit that sweet spot.

Surprising functions

A handkerchief has surprising functions. They go beyond the usual hand-drying.
Put tea leaves in a clean handkerchief, dunk it in hot water, and make yourself a warm drink.

Nap time

On a bright day, when our eyes are closed they don’t feel closed. Our eyelids are a little bit translucent. Maybe when our eyes are closed we are actually looking at the back of our eyelids? In any case, fold up a handkerchief. Lay down for a nap, and place the soft fabric over your eyes. Drift into sleep.

Tightly woven cotton broad cloth

100% cotton Japan made fabric. Screen printing by hand creates slight natural variations giving the pattern subtle depth. With repeated washings it will become one of the softest items in your closet.

Master printers in Tokyo

Silk screening by hand creates slight natural variations giving the pattern subtle depth. Okuda san and his dedicated team of experts have honed their skills on both textiles and prints for artists. Their print studio is inspiring. Long narrow tables 25 meters long, the length of a swimming pool. But instead of water, ink is carefully guided onto the lengths of fabric by hand.

At the print shop

Ink color matching on glass.

Print testing

Hundreds of overlapping color tests were made to get the colors just right.

Photo by katomi

Hironobu Okuda

Printed by fourth generation master silk screen printer Hironobu Okuda in Hachioji, Tokyo.

Working with Cassie McGettigan

Cassie is a collaborative textile designer based in Providence, Rhode Island. She spent a decade in San Francisco, then returned East for a Textiles MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design.
In 2008 she co-founded Gravel & Gold, a design collective and shop that produces hand-printed clothing. Since coming to RISD as a graduate student and now a teacher, her focus has shifted to fabrics for interiors and their sculptural application. Lately there has been a lot of quilting.

Learning from Japan

The craftspeople, suppliers, and small workshops found in Japan make things not to be found anywhere else. We are fortunate to work with family businesses that are so focused on their craft. Don’t put Postalco items on a shelf or in a drawer. Their beauty is revealed through daily use. They will help you feel good at home and be ready in a meeting.