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This machine quilted wall hanging measures 35" by 37". The central panel is a kimono with a beautiful scene which I believe is Mt. Fuji. The first border has 3 dimensional fabric "flaps" in bamboo and floral designs. I'm afraid they don't show well in the photos but they add a nice depth to this wall hanging. The fabrics are quilt shop quality. It is prepared with a sleeve for hanging. The french fold binding is hand sewn to the back, which is shown folded to the front in picture # 5.


Every quilt I offer for your consideration is made by me. I use quality cotton fabrics and batting. Some are hand quilted by me and some have been professionally machine quilted.

The general rule of thumb for care for quilts is to wash them gently in cold water and line dry or machine dry on low heat. Many wall hangings will not need to be washed and can be best cared for with a light vacuuming.

Some wall hangings will come prepared with a sleeve sewn to the top of the back. A typical way to hang them is with a café curtain rod or a dowel that extends beyond the width of the quilt and is supported on hooks. There are also commercially available hangers. Sometimes I will offer a wooden hanger with the smaller wall hangings.

Any questions can be directed to me. I don’t mind a bit!

I have listed the maximum regular priority shipping cost.Your cost may be less. Please let me know your zip code for further information on shipping.

SALE Kimono quilt Wall hanging Japanese scene blue and grey

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  • Material: cotton
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