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huge (C19?) pattern book, full of all the different stencil patterns that could be printed onto fabric to make into a kimono.

HAND WEAVING SILK AT A JAPANESE TEXTILE MILL -- Working Girls in Kimonos, Making Future Kimonos by Okinawa Soba, via Flickr. Ca.1897-1900 T. ENAMI Glass Slide from a Stereoview.

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RESERVED Antique Katazome Indigo Cotton, 100 years old. Japanese Meiji / Taisho era folk textile

Japanese textile - Katazome is a traditional Japanese dye technique using a katagami stencil and flour and water resist paste. Around 100 years old, this Meiji / Taisho era textile is covered with geometric flowers framed in bamboo.

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A B Coordinating Floral Quilting Cotton Fabric, Shabby Chick Flower Cotton Fabric - 1/2 yard

Japanese Kimono Fabric

Sashiko Kimono. Period: Meiji period (1868–1912). Date: mid-19th century. Culture: Japan. Medium: Indigo-dyed plain-weave cotton, quilted and embroidered with white cotton thread. Dimensions: Overall: 55 1/2 x 45 in. (141 x 114.3 cm).