When it comes to Denim fabric, some of the manufacturers really stand out from others.
This time, we would like to introduce Yoshiwa Orimono and its recommended fabrics.
Yoshiwa Orimono is a manufacturer in the Bishu area of Okayama Prefecture that produces and sells at risk a variety of fabrics, including indigo rope-dyed denim, hickory, and other striped and checked fabrics.
The Bishu area to which Ibara City in Okayama Prefecture belongs, together with the Bingo area including Fukuyama City in Hiroshima Prefecture and the Bizen area in the eastern part of Okayama Prefecture, is known as the “Sanbi area,” where the denim industry is very active.
They also produce and sell materials for uniforms and school uniforms.
A patchwork pattern expressed by the state-of-the-art Jacquard loom.
It is very rare to have a patchwork fabric.
Indigo dyes are used, so you can enjoy color fading and ageing just like denim.
Camouflage jacquard is expressed by the most advanced Jacquard loom.
Indigo yarn is used in both the warp and weft. The fabric looks plain before washing, but when washed, the unevenness of the weave structure causes it to bite and swell, and the pattern emerges.
Yoshiwa Orimono has many original and unusual denim products, and is recommended for those who want to create products with designs that are unique.
ApparelX also carries other Yoshiwa Orimono fabrics, so please take a look.