6895:1930s-1950s Deadstock Japanese Kimono Yukata Cotton Fabric,Yard
Vintage Japanese Textiles:
1930s-1950s Cotton Kimono(Yukata) Fabric
Width: 14 inches / 35.56 cm
Length: 1 yard / 91.44 cm
US$10.00 per yard
Fabric History/Pedigree: Deadstock cotton from a roll, a type of cotton used for making summer kimono called yukata, for daily summer wear.
Fabric Description: Lightweight cotton, slightly translucent, originally intended to make a daily-wear kimono (yukata); This piece has the fuzzy edged motifs and lines evocative of Kasuri-ikat, as well as having very large-scale designs which are seen in the Meisen silks of this same period;
The solid fields are an earth-tone-green (sort of a light olive-green color) and tangerine, with other designs and backgrounds in burgundy-red, grays, blacks, and tans; the daisy flower designs are about 10 inches / 25.4 cm in diameter; the fabric is the same on both sides; fabric is slightly stiff and will soften with washing.
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