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"Undulating" Vintage Kimono Yardage

"Undulating" Vintage Kimono Yardage

Printed Movement

Regular price $9.00
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  • Ships from NY
  • One-of-a-kind
  • Sourced from Japan

This listing is for one yard of reclaimed vintage Japanese fabric salvaged from a kimono or haori. 

This fabric is fun and a bit dizzying.  Black background with a fishnet motif where the net's undulation creates a movement to the design.  Some of the net openings are filled with little red or yellow nested blocks.

The fiber is not silk - seems to be a cotton or cotton-wool blend. It is lightweight and washable.

The standard width of all kimono fabric is between 13" and 14" and each length offered here is at least 36" - some are more generous cuts. Multiple pieces may be available.

When we find vintage (circa 1950s but could be older or newer by two decades) Japanese kimono or haori in less-than-sellable condition, we salvage what we can and offer it to artisans, quilters, crafters, and designers for project work. So the fabric has been previously sewn and though we carefully deconstruct the kimono, previous seam lines, as well as minor blemishes, may need to be worked around or trimmed away.

The inspiring designs, hand work, and the ageless beauty of vintage Japanese textiles make all the extra work so worthwhile.

Length: 36"
Width: 13"
Made In (Estimated): 1960s
Condition: Excellent
Fiber: Blend
Technique: Printed
Colors: Black, Red, Yellow, White
Motifs: Fishnet, Net, Geometric


Low stock: 3 left

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