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Moonrise Three Sisters Katazome Quilt in Indigo.  Katazome is the craft of Japanese stencil dyeing. Traditionally used to make both indigo blue and white cotton for summer kimonos and country bedding, as well as colored silks, it is now almost a lost art in Japan.

Moonrise Three Sisters Katazome Quilt in Indigo. Katazome is the craft of Japanese stencil dyeing. Traditionally used to make both indigo blue and white cotton for summer kimonos and country bedding, as well as colored silks, it is now almost a lost art in Japan.

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Stencil  Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Culture: Japan Medium: Paper Dimensions: 21 1/2 x 15 1/2 in. (54.61 x 39.37 cm) Classification: Stencil

Stencil Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Culture: Japan Medium: Paper Dimensions: 21 1/2 x 15 1/2 in. (54.61 x 39.37 cm) Classification: Stencil

"Katazome-shi" literally means stencil-dyed papers. Using traditional kimono-printing techniques, these elegant bold patterned papers were developed in Kyoto during the 20th century by an inspired soul. Using persimmon-dyed kozo as the stencils, and aided by paste and "Kojiro" (soy bean juice), the pigments absorb deeply into the paper to produce long-lasting colour and the unmistakable look of a print truly made by hand. #katazome #wazome #japanesepaper #decorativepaper

"Katazome-shi" literally means stencil-dyed papers. Using traditional kimono-printing techniques, these elegant bold patterned papers were developed in Kyoto during the 20th century by an inspired soul. Using persimmon-dyed kozo as the stencils, and aided by paste and "Kojiro" (soy bean juice), the pigments absorb deeply into the paper to produce long-lasting colour and the unmistakable look of a print truly made by hand. #katazome #wazome #japanesepaper #decorativepaper

Fragment of silk kimono with shibori pattern. A single diamond appears to have been folded in half and seven stitches, a half-inch apart matching the woven stripes has been stitched mokume-style; overdyed orange. The white outline and russet leaves are a result of over-dyeing later by hand. The diamond lozenge is six inches across.

Fragment of silk kimono with shibori pattern. A single diamond appears to have been folded in half and seven stitches, a half-inch apart matching the woven stripes has been stitched mokume-style; overdyed orange. The white outline and russet leaves are a result of over-dyeing later by hand. The diamond lozenge is six inches across.

"Katazome-shi" literally means stencil-dyed papers. Using traditional kimono-printing techniques, these elegant bold patterned papers were developed in Kyoto during the 20th century by an inspired soul. Using persimmon-dyed kozo as the stencils, and aided by paste and "Kojiro" (soy bean juice), the pigments absorb deeply into the paper to produce long-lasting colour and the unmistakable look of a print truly made by hand.  Sheets: 15 Sheets  Patterns/Colours: 5 patterns, 3 of each

Handprint Origami - 15 Sheets

"Katazome-shi" literally means stencil-dyed papers. Using traditional kimono-printing techniques, these elegant bold patterned papers were developed in Kyoto during the 20th century by an inspired soul. Using persimmon-dyed kozo as the stencils, and aided by paste and "Kojiro" (soy bean juice), the pigments absorb deeply into the paper to produce long-lasting colour and the unmistakable look of a print truly made by hand. Sheets: 15 Sheets Patterns/Colours: 5 patterns, 3 of each

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