Rakkyo ( Japanese scallion ) scarf

Hello everyone. I hope you’ve been enjoying these early summer days.

Here in the United States, life has finally begun to return to normal.
Face coverings are now optional, so I see more people who do not cover their faces with masks.
I can see people smiling, although I don’t know that it is safe enough, as of yet.
I wish you good health –– let’s all do our best day by day.

My story for June from the Shining Land described the farm in Delaware. From the inspiration, I created the Rakkyo scarf. ttp://textilesyuh.com/product/from-june-newsletter-rakkyo-japanese-scallion/

New collection for wholesale 2021

We are still in Covid-19 pandemics and unable to travel around nor meet up with our friends and family.
However, the sun never quits shining, and giving us new day. We do the best for the future even will be way more better.
 
Now available for wholesale presentation 2021.
See more information,  please feel free to contact TextilesYuh.
 
I am looking forward to hearing from you.
-Yuh

New works – the transition of Winter to Spring

Hello Everyone,

Hope you are well.

The cold temperature fluctuates, and mid-winter chills and warm signs of spring oscillate. It’s the transitional time when spring gradually approaches. I have expressed this season in my scarves.

September events

Hello everyone,

Last week, I had a summer sales event at my new home base, Chestertown,
for the first time since I moved here.
Face coverings and disinfections––health and safety issues are my primary concerns. Keeping this in mind, I would like to hold sales events regularly from now on.


September event /

The Made by Hand Pop-Up Store
September 4th to 27th
American Craft Council San Francisco Bay Area Craft Week
September 7th to 13th

I look forward to seeing you sometime somewhere.

Please take good care of yourself.

Yuh Okano