This katazome textiles were made in Late 1800s to Early 1900s century in japan. 100% cotton, hand loomed, homespun cotton.

Decorated Japanese plum blossoms and Japanese folding fun. Repaired sashiko stitching with kasuri textiles.

Katazome is a surface design process used for centuries in Japanese textile decoration, especially with cloth destined to become kimonos. For centuries artists used a resist paste from a rice flour mixture and apply this paste to cloth through the use of elaborately hand carved stencils.  Wherever the paste is applied will resist the dye, creating a pattern. Traditionally Katazome is paired with indigo to create the iconic white and dark blue of many Japanese textiles.

A nice collectors piece, to hang as textile art or use your products.

mesures:100cm(39,3")×32cm(12,5")

Japanese vintage katazome fragment

$90.00Price
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