A Jogakbo is a style of patchwork, traditionally used to create domestic wrapping cloths (known as bojagi) from scraps of left-over fabrics. The scraps are sewn together using a triple-stitched seaming technique known as gekki, which results in a sealed, flat seam and gives the jogakbo their distinctive 'window pane' appearance. Patches are joined into squares and extended in an irregular, improvisatory fashion until a cloth reaches the required size. The jogakbo can include several colours composing a modern abstract pattern.
Nossi Joggakbo is uniquely made with one single-colour. Esthetically pleasing in a modern lifestyle space.
It'll look beautiful hanging on the window. It can also be a great wall decor or framed art.
Ramie (모시) fabric
31.8 x 31.4 Inches (81 cm x 80 cm)
Hand wash (neutral detergent, cold water), Air dry flat, Iron
Made in Korea