Autumn Kasuri

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Autumn Kasuri

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$300.00

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Item details

Vintage from before 2000

Autumn kasuri is a blend of colors gold, copper, brown just some of the colors of the Fall. If I had to choose an absolute favorite, this would be it. It's extremely frustrating to me that I cannot seem to take a photograph that accurately reflects the color range of this skein. Dark mahogany contrasts with bright gold, harmonizes with soft creams and blends with vibrant browns. Take my word for it,it's absolutely stunning.

HOW IT'S MADE:

Kasuri (絣) is a Japanese word for fabric that has been woven with fibers dyed specifically to create patterns and images in the fabric. It is an ikat (resist-dyeing) technique. The patterns are characterized by a blurred or brushed appearance.[1] The warp and weft threads are resist-dyed in specific patterns. Prior to dyeing, sections of the warp and weft yarns are tightly wrapped with thread to protect them from the dye. When woven together, the undyed areas interlace to form patterns . Many variations are possible. Kasuri patterns may be applied to the warp or to the weft; or to both the warp and the weft.There are many techniques used to create kasuri. The cloth is classified with different names depending on the method used

Information taken from Wikipedia.

We have 9 skeins of # 3 thread


Return policy. Unless agreed upon before purchase, returns are not accepted but may be used for store credit
Autumn kasuri is a blend of colors gold, copper, brown just some of the colors of the Fall. If I had to choose an absolute favorite, this would be it. It's extremely frustrating to me that I cannot seem to take a photograph that accurately reflects the color range of this skein. Dark mahogany contrasts with bright gold, harmonizes with soft creams and blends with vibrant browns. Take my word for it,it's absolutely stunning.

HOW IT'S MADE:

Kasuri (絣) is a Japanese word for fabric that has been woven with fibers dyed specifically to create patterns and images in the fabric. It is an ikat (resist-dyeing) technique. The patterns are characterized by a blurred or brushed appearance.[1] The warp and weft threads are resist-dyed in specific patterns. Prior to dyeing, sections of the warp and weft yarns are tightly wrapped with thread to protect them from the dye. When woven together, the undyed areas interlace to form patterns . Many variations are possible. Kasuri patterns may be applied to the warp or to the weft; or to both the warp and the weft.There are many techniques used to create kasuri. The cloth is classified with different names depending on the method used

Information taken from Wikipedia.

We have 9 skeins of # 3 thread


Return policy. Unless agreed upon before purchase, returns are not accepted but may be used for store credit

Shipping & returns

Ready to ship in 1–2 weeks
From United States

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Reviews

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Returns & exchanges

We will refund purchase price if item is returned within one week, only if item was seriously misrepresented, excluding cost of shipping. Return shipping is customer's responsibility. We do allow exchange with another item you find on our etsy site or on our gallery website. If item you recieve is damaged from shipping process, we will refund the item purchased.

Shipping policies

We ship via USPS but will ship via other means if requested.

**** INTERNATIONAL****
The US postal service does not offer international tracking at any sort of reasonable price, so it is *ship at your own risk*....we have shipped many many international packages without trouble, but if it gets lost in customs or whatever I cannot refund you. I am sorry! If you really want a tracking number/insurance you will have to pay quite a bit extra.

Additional policies

********** MOST of our silk fabric is almost over 50 years old and some MAY have age spots or water stains. Most of our fabric is in great condition, but every piece is from a re-constructed kimono.