Hand Spun late 19th Century Katazome April 30, 2014Cotton, TextilesAntique, Cotton, crysanthumum, flower, Hand Spun, Hand Woven, Indigo, Japan, Japanese, Katazome, meiji, momenNathan S Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Thank you so much Nathan for your detailed explanation about the different Japanese fabric! That made everything a bit more clear for me. It sounds like Kazuri is the best material for me to use then, or maybe also this antique hand spun katazome. It looks rough enough to be used for what I sew.
Nice of you to leave a link to your blog as well, beautiful images everywhere I look 🙂
Friendly ~ B.S