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Japanese Fabric – Itaya Naomi Lilac Mums - Japanese kimono fabric – a unique product by carolmaro on DaWanda

Buy Japanese Fabric online now at DaWanda. It's the place to find a huge selection of Japanese Fabric, limited editions created by young designers.

This fabric would be great in the apt-- maybe as a table cloth or curtains or over an end table, really anywhere

This fabric would be great in the apt-- maybe as a table cloth or curtains or over an end table, really ideas interior design design

Japanese fabric pattern Blue Waves por BazarPetitesPipelett en Etsy

This is an ancient Seikaiha wave pattern used in Japan for dyeing kimonos

Kimberley Retro Blooms Mustard Gold | Assorted Japanese Fabrics | Fabrics to Inspire - Kelani Fabric  two way

Kimberley Retro Blooms Mustard Gold A beautiful contemporary bloom design printed on a medium weight linen blend.

Gorgeous Japanese fabric. detail , SUNTORY MUSEUM OF ART "Bingata-dyed fabrics"  #fabrics #textiles

bingata-dyed fabrics are characterized by strong distinctive patterns developed under the influence of seafaring trade between china, southeast asia, and japan from the or century. from suntory museum of art.

Kimono fabric ~Via Gaijin Crafter http://www.thekimonocompany.co.uk/acatalog/popup_craneswirl_royal.jpg

Blue - azul - birds - pássaros - - kimono - Detail of a silk kimono dating to second half century

Japanese Kimono Fabric with Gold Metalic Outlining, Ocean Blue with Peony Blossoms and Swimming Koi Fish - Fat Quarter Fabric Cotton Print

Into the colors: Japanese Kimono Fabric with Gold Metalic Outlining, Ocean Blue with Peony Blossoms and Swimming Koi Fish - Fat Quarter Fabric Cotton Print

"Tenugui, a hand dyed cotton cloth has always been an essential tool for the Japanese. Not only was it used as a wiping tool such as a towel or a handkerchief, it was also used as a bandage or a headwear in the old days. To dry quicker in such a humid country like Japan, and for multipurpose use, the ends are unfinished so it will fray after first few washes."

Tenugui: Japanese Traditional Cloth

Tenugui : Japanese Traditional Cloth - There's a special kind of charm about traditional Japanese art

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