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  • Folkwear Patterns

    #151 Japanese Hakama & Kataginu Hakama for men and women, all sizes based on waist measurement. Kataginu in one size. $14.95 During the Edo period in Japan (1615-1868), members of the samurai or warrior class wore the Kamishimo, a traditional costume made up of the Kataginu or pleated-front vest and Hakama or pleated pants/skirt. The two garments were typically worn over a knee-length kimono for formal occasions. Today, the garments are frequently worn for official occasions, martial arts, and historic reenactment. Since the Hakama is simply a large rectangle of fabric that is pleated to fit your body, the pattern does not have a large rectangle pattern piece (waste of paper!). Instead, there are complete instructions for measuring, cutting, and pleating the traditional Hakama skirt/pant in any size. The pattern does include actual pattern pieces for Small, Medium-Large, and Sumo-Size Koshiita (Backboard) and Koshiita Triangles. For contemporary sportswear, pattern also includes instructions for optional side panels to fill in the side-seam gaps that expose the underlying kimono in traditional wear. The wide-shoulder Kataginu can be made to match the Hakama for a traditional samurai appearance or as a contrasting wearable art accent. Easy to pleat and sew, it completes a dramatic outfit.

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Japanese Folkwear pattern 151, Kataginu and hakama. The pleated Kataginu is Edo era and is outside SCA period. I like it more than the pre Edo Kataginu.

Folkwear Pattern #151 Japanese Hakama & Kataginu. During the Edo period in Japan (1615-1868), members of the samurai or warrior class wore the Kamishimo, a traditional costume made up of the Kataginu or pleated-front vest and Hakama or pleated pants/skirt.

Japanese Tabi Might be neat to make for personal use or even to use with costumes.

Folkwear Japanese Field Clothing. I love this pattern. I've made the pants once, very comfy. The jacket twice, both times as a quilted jacket.

#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.

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Summer Kimono with Pattern of Plovers in Flight. Japan. Taishō period (1912–26). The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Atsuko Irie, in honor of Suga Irie, 1998 (1998.487.5)

Russian apron - I have always loved mixing up patterns together - the combination of roses on a red background and the other woven patterns is sublime