SOLD OUT: Workshop: Scraps Patchwork

Reiko Sudo, "Scraps" designer and managing director, Nuno

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During her special visit from Tokyo, featured Scraps designer Reiko Sudo of Nuno shows you how to turn fabric remnants from her innovative design studio into an entirely new textile.

About the Designer

In 1984, Reiko Sudo co-founded Nuno, a textile design firm at the forefront of innovation that combines the Japanese handcraft tradition with advanced technologies. Over the years Sudo has proposed different initiatives to reduce waste, such as recycling polyester garments and using leftover scraps to create new textiles. Nuno’s fabrics have been featured in exhibitions around the world, including The Textile Museum; the Museum of Modern Art, New York; National Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo; and Fowler Museum at UCLA in Los Angeles, among many others. 

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