Lisa Larson KAYA KIJI Dishcloth | Rabbit
Mosquito net fabric is a coarse fabric used for mosquito nets. It has excellent water absorption, breathability, and quick drying properties, making it a perfect item for everyday use in the kitchen. In addition, the unique texture that softens each time you use it is pleasant, and you can use it not only for draining vegetables and dishes, but also for wiping tables and cleaning.
[About the design]
The design is based on the motif of JIE's "Jack Rabbit" ceramic work that Lisa made with WWF (World Wildlife Fund) in the 90's. The work itself is very rare, and the realistic form that is different from Lisa's round and cute atmosphere is impressive. While keeping that atmosphere as it is, I finished it with a simple mosquito net fabric finished with only line drawings.
Size | 30 x 40cm
Material | 100% Rayon
Made in Japan
・The back side is plain.
・Due to the characteristics of the fabric, it may expand or contract slightly.
・Due to the use of starch powder in the dough manufacturing process, the freshly opened dishcloth is crisp.
・Rinse with lukewarm water several times to wash the glue and gradually soften it.