EDO KATAZOME ・ CLEMATIS . HOMESPUN, HANDWOVEN  COTTON WARP AND SILK WEFT  VAT-DYED IN BOTANICAL INDIGO  OVERDYED WITH UKON (TURMERIC)  EARLY/MID 19C  The tsumugi hand-plied silk weft would have circumvented  the Edo Shogunate’s sumptuary laws prohibiting the use  of silk in bedding and other household textiles.

EDO KATAZOME ・ CLEMATIS . HOMESPUN, HANDWOVEN COTTON WARP AND SILK WEFT VAT-DYED IN BOTANICAL INDIGO OVERDYED WITH UKON (TURMERIC) EARLY/MID 19C The tsumugi hand-plied silk weft would have circumvented the Edo Shogunate’s sumptuary laws prohibiting the use of silk in bedding and other household textiles.

Liberty Nina Taylor rouge idée tissus

Liberty Nina Taylor rouge idée tissus

Japanese pattern

Japanese pattern

japanese pattern / etsy

japanese pattern / etsy

Japanese textile Kiku  pattern

Japanese textile Kiku pattern

My collection of Japanese fabrics........v

My collection of Japanese fabrics........v

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Paper stencil of chrysanthemum arabesque found at the old dyeing store in Muromachi, Kyoto. Signature of Yamanaka Sonzaburou, a stencil maker in Ise Shirako,  is written with a brush and sumi ink. This was made about 125 years ago.

Katagami et Art Nouveau – L’influence Japonaise

Paper stencil of chrysanthemum arabesque found at the old dyeing store in Muromachi, Kyoto. Signature of Yamanaka Sonzaburou, a stencil maker in Ise Shirako, is written with a brush and sumi ink. This was made about 125 years ago.

furoshiki pattern

furoshiki pattern

Allentown Art Museum in collaboration with Red Rooster Fabrics have created a new fabric collection inspired by the 19th-century Japanese Katagami (paper stencils used primarily for printing patterns on kimono fabric)in the museum’s textile collection. The collection includes eight katagami designs in traditional nature-inspired patterns and two textural prints (one based on shibori and other on indigo-dyed woven fabrics).

Allentown Art Museum in collaboration with Red Rooster Fabrics have created a new fabric collection inspired by the 19th-century Japanese Katagami (paper stencils used primarily for printing patterns on kimono fabric)in the museum’s textile collection. The collection includes eight katagami designs in traditional nature-inspired patterns and two textural prints (one based on shibori and other on indigo-dyed woven fabrics).

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