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. Pattern 151, Japanese Bushy, Kataginu Lists, Folkwear Pattern, Edo Periodic, Japanese Style, Men Kimonos, Flatten Seam, Hands Finish Flatten
#129A Japanese Tabi Women's Shoe Sizes 4 to 10-1/2. Men's Shoe Sizes up to 9. $8.00 Note: For men's size 9, use women's size 10-1/2 cutting line. These fabric slipper socks are traditionally worn with sandals or zori, to complete a Japanese outfit. They can also be worn with modern flip-flops or thong sandals as a unique fashion accessory that also provides warmth and protection for the toes, or by themselves as comfortable at-home slippers to protect your floors. NOTE: The Tabi pattern is also included in #129 Japanese Hapi & Haori.Folkwear Pattern #129A
#112 Japanese Field Clothing Misses 6-16; Men's 32-44. $19.95 Versatile and comfortable garments include the hippari (jacket) for men and women, monpei (pants) and padded jacket for women. Beautiful in traditional ethnic prints or coordinating new-age fabrics. Instructions included for traditional folded and stitched ties.
#111 Nepali Blouse Misses Extra Small to Extra Large. $16.95 In Nepal, this wrap-and-tie blouse is traditionally made of velvet and worn under a wrap-style chupa or jumper (like our #131 Tibetan Chupa) or over a wrapped and pleated skirt formed from a sari or length of fabric. The semi-fitted blouse features a wide band collar, tapered sleeves, and deep underarm gussets for ease of movement. Pattern includes directions for wrapping and pleating a companion skirt.