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Japanese Textile Design

Japanese Textile Design: With its origins as the Chinese garment hanfu, the style of the Japanese kimono evolved over time to reflect cultural changes through the nation’s history. The kimono is considered a form of high art in the Japanese tradition. The artisans who weave the cloth, design and decorate the fabric, and assemble the final garment are all of the highest caliber.

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Details about Art Nouveau Water Lilies Flowers Textile Harry Napper Counted Cross Stitch Chart

Water lily block printing, by Harry Napper, art nouveau textile designer 1860-1930

Born out of necessity and coincidence – Boro is creating new uses for discarded textiles by layering pieces of cloth, attaching them together with sashiko stitching and patching them with a diversity of cloths in a freely artistic way. Best kind of recycling.

the movement with the organic shapes and contrast with the geometric shapes make good texture

Japanese wa-pattern

Japanese patterns inside of shapes -- a corner cropping of the item-- like the mount figi painting -- I can show you examples in my sketchpad

kimono embroidery by Kiju Fukuda (1932~1997), National Living Treasure of Japan {like gingko leaves floating on a body of water}

Japanese Antique Textile Nobori With Shimenawa Design