MoMA Exclusive: For this Round Pocket Wool Scarf from Nuno (“fabric” in Japanese), designer Reiko Sudo works with weavers and dyers in Kiryu, Japan, combining traditional techniques with new technologies. To create this scarf’s design of multiple round pockets, a veteran artisan uses an old-fashioned punch card jacquard loom. These little pockets woven into the scarf imbue a unique texture. Sudo’s work is represented in MoMA’s collection and her designs were featured in the Museum’s 1998 exhibition Structure and Surface: Contemporary Japanese Textiles. The Nuno Round Pocket Scarf is made from 100% wool and measures 79l x 12"w
Size79l x 12"w
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