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Yuh Okano’s February Newsletter 2022

Covid Pandemic changed our consciousness of distance from others.
How close should to be with our loved ones?

hand-painted scarf in Cashmere 50% Merino 50% scarf

American Handcrafted 2022/2- Philadelphia

Wholesale WINTER MARKET # Booth #1620

American Handcrafted® Returns to Philadelphia.
Join us as we go back to our traditional date pattern and location at
the Pennsylvania Convention Center, February 19-21, 2022.

IN-PERSON EVENT
FEBRUARY 19-21, 2022, SAT – MON
SAT-SUN 9:30AM-5:30PM; MON 9:30AM-4:30PM
https://americanhandcraftedshow.com/ah-winter-2022/
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https://www.instagram.com/AmericanHandcrafted/

Please contact for more information and appointment!

Lazy at Home and Gathering Clouds

Lazy at Home and Gathering Clouds from Yuh Okano’s Newsletter 2021.
My thought and expression turned into scarves. This project is seasonal in October, I talked about my personal life but physically maybe related to any of you? What causes joint pain, arthritis of hip, knees, rheumatic etc. It is there… So, I did authentic.

“Hotaru no Hikari (The Glow of a Firefly)” and Flies

A story from July Newsletter 2021

Hello everyone. I hope you have a wonderful summer.

This summer, I have more to spending my yard and outside.
I realized how lots of lives sharing with us in Chestertown MD.
A firefly and a fly—both have “fly” in their names, but they are different species. A firefly is a calm and likable insect, while a fly is constantly moving and is an annoying pest. But regardless of whether I like them or not, they maintain a balance in nature, I think. I drew these two contrasting creatures on my scarves.
I wish you good health –– let’s all do our best day by day.

My story for July 2021 “Hotaru no Hikari (The Glow of a Firefly)” 
and Flies From the inspiration, I created hand-painted on the 100% silk scarf .Please see more detail at http://textilesyuh.com/product/from-july-newsletter-firefly-and-fly/