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Kaishi Ire Japanese Tea Ceremony Clutch


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Kaishi-ire are used as part of the traditional Japanese tea-ceremony. It is used to carry the smaller items one would use As a guest, such as: Kaishi: Mini paper napkins used for: - putting the Wagashi (Japanese confectionery) on instead of a dish. - to wipe the rim of the Chawan after drinking tea Yji-ire: Bamboo or stainless forks to eat Wagashi (Japanese confectionery) Fukasa or Chakin: Small rectangular cloth mainly used to wipe the Chawan.. Sensu: Small folding fan ~*~ Of course you can also use this versatile designed clutch for just about anything! Custom options are endless, with all your favorite fabric combinations,embellishments, applique, embroidery and even beading! Don't forget to show me your finished Kaishi-ire! You can always tag me up with @littlesparrownest & #littlesparrownest Id Love to feature your wonderful creations! Hope You have Lots of Fun sewing these up and giving them to all your favorite people! Many Happy Hugs & Smiles, Georgia >^.^< BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Use a needle & thread and/or a sewing machine SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Approx. 3.75" Tall x 8.5" Wide

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Hi There! Nice to Meet You! I'm Georgia, the designer and artist behind the Little Sparrow Nest. ~:}♥{:~ Little Sparrow Nest is a place I share a my original art, design, needle arts, romantic adornments, embroidery and sewing patterns. I've painted since the early 90's, worked in ceramics, writing and of course.. Fabric & Needlearts! I am always sewing something...clothes, quilts, embroidery..plush... Handmade here in my little desert home studio, Surrounded by my six creative & helpful home-schooled children & a very inspiring, artistic and supportive husband. This house is always so full of Laughter, Love & Life! A little history I sold my Original Paintings on eBay from 2000-2007 & Adornments, art and embroidery on etsy from 2008-2010, with a break away from 2010-2014, when we welcomed our youngest two children into the family. During this time I fell in love with quilting, Sachiko and Shibori and kept busy hand making as much of our daily use items and presents as I could. Early 2014 saw my return online with the addition of embroidery & sewing patterns. Like most creatives, I simply don't have enough time in each day to do all the things I'm interested in, but the process of learning and navigating toward achieving even a fraction of it is the fun part! Get in touch! I am so very thankful for all the wonderfully kind and unique friends I’ve made and met thru this amazing journey of sharing my work online. It is a genuine blessing to be able to create for a living, Thank You so much for your continued interest and support. It is a major driving force behind this studio.. :) I really enjoy connecting with each of you, Please feel free to get in touch anytime! I Invite you to email me or call my studio (623)869-6618 I'm looking forward to chatting with You! Sending Many Happy Hugs & Smiles, Georgia >^.^<