A cut-and-sew project using samurai cotton, made using the same spinning process as Zero 17oz, and knitting a No. 10 uneven yarn for denim into jersey and fleece. It is a special, unique yarn that has the strong twist, hard, and uneven texture that is unique to Zero Denim yarn, and the original texture and taste of Samurai Cotton, which retains the fallen cotton and cotton scum.
By carefully knitting these threads into fabric, it has a heavy and uneven look and texture that is unlike any other.The fabric has a rough and uneven feel, but also feels soft and warm. . The milling (rib) is also knitted using the same thread.
In order to maintain the natural color of the samurai cotton yarn, we purposely do not expose it to the natural color and finish it with a natural bright color. ``Black bean color'' and ``chestnut color'' are dyed to black-gray, dark brown, and beige colors respectively using the Kyoto vegetable dyeing method, which uses a mixture of natural dyes.
In addition, when it comes to sewing the products, the sides and shoulders are carefully finished using all-cotton thread using our 60's Vintage Union Special 36200 4-needle flat seamer sewing machine.
The Samurai Homemade Jeans Project is a project that has been underway since 2008 with the aim of producing completely "MADE IN JAPAN" products that are produced by growing cotton in Japan and spinning, dyeing, weaving, and sewing by skilled domestic craftsmen.
Spec: 10/-Samurai cotton zero jersey heavy ounce T-shirt/3-needle binder neck/flat seam sewing/Made in Japan