6308: 1960s Japanese Asa Deadstock fabric by yard
1960's Japanese Asa Fabric
Width: 14" / 35.56cm
Length: 1 yard / 91.44 cm
US$10.00 per yard
USA Shipping Included under 4lbs carton weight
Item Details and Description:
Fabric History/Pedigree: Light-weight deadstock(new but unsold stock) Asa is flax or hemp-based Japanese fabric which was used for centuries in Japan; traditionally used for utilitarian purposes: work clothing, screen or coverings; this roll was for making some sort of garment (kimono, yukata, coats); Asa is stronger and ages better than cotton, but is still rough or stiffer than cotton even after long use; rarely made after the 1960s.
- Fabric Description: Lightweight asa is slightly translucent, probably made for summer uses; Patterns same on both sides of ornate geometric grids of large squares which have plum blossoms bamboo leaves, and country huts within; Color is predominantly gray with off-white.
Colors: Please remember that colors shown may differ on different devices. Please note colors listed in the text here.
- Condition: Excellent.
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