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Kenaf – Made from the Kenaf plant, Kenaf textiles are eco-friendly, naturally very absorbent, and even fire-retardant. The hand of the fabric is similar to linen. (read more about Kenaf)

Katazome – Literally translated as “stencil-dyed”. A Japanese method of resist dyeing, similar to Rozome, Mainly used to create repeat patterns on fabric, it gained popularity in Japan as a simple, inexpensive way to mimic the look of woven brocades. (read more about Katazome)