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Folkwear Pattern #151 - kataginu (listed here as Edo period, though), suggested fabrics are all stiff, tightly woven - or starched. No mention of interfacing or interlining or even just lining. Usually I see these piece-lined with hand-finished flattened seams and hems. Kamishimo
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