How to turn a scarf into a rose

Tokyo artist Tatz Miki demonstrates his signature rosette wrap for displaying and storing his hand-dyed indigo scarves. We were mesmerized from the first moment we saw him transform his beautiful scarves into rows of roses. It takes some practice, but if there's a lovelier way to store scarves, we can't think of it!

Tokyo artist Tatz Miki demonstrates his signature rosette wrap for displaying and storing his hand-dyed indigo scarves. We were mesmerized from the first moment we saw him transform his beautiful scarves into rows of roses. It takes some practice, but if there's a lovelier way to store scarves, we can't think of it!

 

Always,

Vicky

Victoria Tsai
Chief Treasure Hunter

published March 2014

Holidays, Geisha, Kyoto
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