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6952:1960s Deadstock Japanese Hand-Shibori Cotton Fabric by Yard

6952: 1960s Cotton Shibori Obi fabric,long

Vintage Japanese Textiles:

1960's  Cotton Kimono Fabric

Thicker Hand Tie-Dyed Shibori (stretches)
Deadstock

Width: 14 inches / 35.56 cm

Length: 1 yard / 91.44 cm

Catalog# 6952

US$12.00 per yard

USA Shipping included under 4 pounds package weight

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Fabric History/Pedigree:  Deadstock cotton from roll, a type of cotton used for making a summer obi for wear with yukata; hand tie-dyed shibori.

Fabric Description: Lightweight cotton is a dark blue background with white shibori designs of parallel lines (evocative of willow-tree hanging limbs) as well as fans done in  hand tie-dyed (shibori); design colors are mostly white with peach-red (bright salmon) colors in the fans' designs; Please see closeups;

Please note that the fabric is still wrinkled from the shibori-process and the pinholes from the shibori are obvious throughout, so the fabric is quite thick and sponge-like;  same on both sides.

Condition: Excellent.

Orders of more than 1 yard are sent in uncut lengths.
$ 12.00

6952:1960s Deadstock Japanese Hand-Shibori Cotton Fabric by Yard