4839:Japanese Vintage Mock-Kasuri Asa(Hemp) Poly Blend Fabric,1 Yd/.91m
Unusual Blend of Deadstock 1960's Asa (Hemp), Cotton & Synthetic Blend
Kimono (Yukata) Fabric (Mock-Kasuri: Swallows)
Width:14 inches / 38.1cm
Length: 1Yard / .91m
US$8.00 per Yard (plus shipping)
Item Details and Description
Fabric History/Pedigree: From roll of deadstock blend (asa,cotton, synthetic)made for use in making women's kimono, 1960's-70's.
Fabric Description: This is called 'mock kasuri' as it is not pre-dyed with resist paste dyeing); Note that the geometric patterns and figures seem blurred -- this is part of the kasuri (ikat) look, an intentional blurring caused by the kasuri-making process. (This is NOT kasuri.)
Fabric Type: Light, mock-kasuri design.The differences we see in this piece are that there are very thin stripes of green across, width-wise as well as the fabric weave itself creates a textured feel; The white is an off-white.
Measurements: Width:14 inches / 35.6cm;Length= 1Yard (.91m).
Colors: This is on plain white fabric with printed kasuri-like designs in dark brown, mustard and green; note also there are striations of mustard colors which create a sort of cream effect, even as the fabric is off-white;
Motifs: Traditional kasuri patterns of swallows.
- Notes: Recommended for any variety of creative applications.
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