6400:1930s-50s Nagajuban Fabric, Deadstock Silk, by Yard
1930s to 1950s Japanese Silk Fabric by Yard
Originally For Woman's Nagajuban(under-kimono)
(Great for making scarves etc)
Width: 13.5 inches / 34.29 cm
Length: 1 Yard / 91.44 cm
US$15.00 per yard
USA Shipping Included Under 4 Lbs Package Weight
Fabric Description: lightweight fabric originally used to make woman's under-kimono (nagajuban); Motifs of large traditional decorative Temari balls (4 inches / 10.16 cm diameters) that run lengthwise throughout; the background is very subtle but has tiny flowers and some fields which are a traditional honeycomb pattern (hexagons in grid); nice drape, good for making scarf, accessories or for textile art dyeing;
Colors: The background is a dark plum with only slight differences in tone at places where motifs are rendered via interweaving; the Last image is intentionally over-exposed so it is brighter and not representative of actual color as seen in other pictures here.
Note: If buying multiples of this, it will be sent in uncut length.