Wallabi's Farm: The English Hototogisu Bakery and Farm Blog

Hello, my name is Sara. In 2005 my husband and I bought an old farmhouse in Okayama, borrowed a few fields and set to building ourselves a pleasant rural life. Now, several years on, we have fields a-plenty, what was until the end of 2012 a wheaty bread bakery and is now prepping to be a gluten-free space, and have incorporated our efforts into the Hototogisu Bakery and Farm. Welcome!

Friday, May 12, 2006

Amaranth Box & Bathroom

These are stalks of amaranth that we've kept dry from last year's harvest. They are easy to cut, have attractive color and texture, and pretty sturdy, so I decided to make a box using these.


Putting these stalks together in SUDARE (Japanese blinds) style...


Stitched those SUDARE onto a cardboard box. Not perfect, but good enough for a first try?


The box will be used for storing sawdust in our bathroom. The little brown bag holds natural deodorant - dried tea leaves (from after we finish drinking teas)

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