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Dounuki Kimono, Late Meiji to Taisho (1900-1926). A dounuki silk antique kimono.  49" from sleeve-end to sleeve-end x 57" height. The Kimono Gallery

Dounuki Kimono, Late Meiji to Taisho (1900-1926). A dounuki silk antique kimono. 49" from sleeve-end to sleeve-end x 57" height. The Kimono Gallery

Makiko Shigeta, Contemporary Kimono Artist

Makiko Shigeta, Contemporary Kimono Artist

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vanderhurd: textile with embroidered colored dots

Kimono As Art: The Landscapes of Itchiku Kubota, at the Canton Museum of Art, March 2009.

Kimono As Art: The Landscapes of Itchiku Kubota, at the Canton Museum of Art, March 2009.

Kikkou-Matsukawa/ Tsujigahana with Honeycomb, (2001), Itchiku Kubota Art Museum  15. While the dry cloth is still stretched taut, designs are drawn and shading added with a brush and ink. 16. The entire piece is stitched again and bound to restore the texture originally created by the tie-dyeing and stitch-resist techniques. 17. The threads are cut to undo the tie-dyeing; great skill is required to avoid cutting the fabric.

The Ancient Art of Kimono Making

Kikkou-Matsukawa/ Tsujigahana with Honeycomb, (2001), Itchiku Kubota Art Museum 15. While the dry cloth is still stretched taut, designs are drawn and shading added with a brush and ink. 16. The entire piece is stitched again and bound to restore the texture originally created by the tie-dyeing and stitch-resist techniques. 17. The threads are cut to undo the tie-dyeing; great skill is required to avoid cutting the fabric.

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Colors and patterns

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