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Wafu Works: Children's kimono Part 2 - Semamori
Semamori - symbolic patterns embroidered as good luck symbols on the back of children's clothing. Traditionally embroidered on the top back of the child’s kimono, often in white or red.
Semamori designs - usually sewn on the back of children's kimonos to protect the child from evil spirits
Romy Rose and Sapphire often help each other get dressed for their sartorially inspired play dates.
stitch samples for semamori (ornamental stitches or appliqués sewn on the back of baby’s kimono in order to ward off the evil
This creative headphone embroidery project was dreamed up by the marvelously talented Lova Blåvarg, a seventeen-year-old crafter extraordinaire and Sweet Paul columnist. So fun!
Temari, is a Japanese thread ball, which is a symbol of perfection. There is a long history about the weaving of thread to create this artwork....Photo by...Nana Akua.
Tsurushi-Bina (suspended Hina dolls), made to promote a child’s well-being.
Kimono in contemporary runway show
Oriental "Good Luck" Symbol - OrientalFurniture...
Chinese Silk Embroidery, Double Fish Good Luck Symbol, Oriental Art and Homewares from Shimu.co.uk
Japanese Dharma dolls - Daruma dolls are seen as a symbol of perseverance and good luck, making them a popular gift of encouragement in Japan.
This is an apparel example of a non western design. It is an oriental inspired Kimono. This would be a popular fashion design in the continent of Asia.
Bright color kimono and contrasting obi lime green yellow with red clothes iniratuon