6200: 1960's Japanese Woman's Kimono Liner Fabric, Deadstock Silk

6200: 1960s Japanese silk, 1 yard view

Catalog# 6200

1960's Japanese Silk Fabric
for Woman's Kimono Liner
(Great for making scarves etc)

Sold in 2 yards minimum,
one yard multiples after that

Width: 14 inches / 35.56 cm
Length: 2 Yards / 1.83m

Price per 2 yard-piece (1.83m): US$10.00

(@US$5.00/yd)

Shipping Included Under 4 Lbs package weight to USA

Fabric History/Pedigree: 1960's, pieces derived from deadstock roll of Japanese psilk (Deadstock means old inventory which is like new but has been in storage, never been used.)

Fabric Description: Lightweight fabric used to make woman's under-kimono(nagajuban) or kimono liner; nice drape, good for making scarf, accessories or for textile art dyeing; higher grade Japanese silk; designs are of traditional cords (the kind used with gifts, displays, etc) and are printed on one side; slightly visible on reverse.

Colors: Background is extremely pale pink; In lower lighting, it looks beige but in close-up incandescent lighting the hint of pink can be seen; designs (cords) are light peach with a touch of red and gray accents.

Condition: Excellent.

    $ 10.00

    6200: 1960's Japanese Woman's Kimono Liner Fabric, Deadstock Silk