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Ikat    Konkasrui weave and pattern.  Konkasuri means "indigo kasuri" in Japanese.   Kasuri is the Japanese word for Ikat.    Cotton  Edo Period, 19th Century  From Kurume, Fukuoka Prefecture  Length 178 cm

Konkasrui weave and pattern. Konkasuri means "indigo kasuri" in Japanese. Japanese Folk Art Museum, Tokyo Kasuri is the Japanese word for Ikat. Cotton Edo Period, Century From Kurume, Fukuoka Prefecture Length 178 cm

Quilt cover

Quilt cover with resist-dyed decoration in ikat, Fukuoka, Museum Number

Ikat

tumbleword: “ Detail of Ikat pattern. Material: China grass Ikat is called “kasuri” in Japanese. Edo Period, Century From Yaeyama, Okinawa ”

Patchworkers ..Japanese Vintage  Indigo dyed remnant by klektik, $49.00

Japanese fabric pack Vintage Indigo dyed remnant selection (20 pieces) Kasuri (ikat) , katazome, shibori

Patchworkers ..Japanese Vintage Indigo dyed remnant by klektik, $49.00

Japan Meiji era (1868-1900)

Kasuri Futonji - Japan - Meiji era A double-ikat cotton fabric likely created as bedding material. The front side consists of white ikat patterns on an indigo blue background, while the.

Handloomed white and black cross cotton Ikat fabric by Carol Ziogas and Thomas of California-based kimonomomo. $11/half yard. via Etsy

HALF YARD Ikat handloomed white and black cross cotton fabric

Handloomed white and black cross cotton Ikat fabric by Carol Ziogas and Thomas of California-based kimonomomo

Ikat, Japanese Kasuri Cotton. (Shop Ref: 145).. ¥1,500, via Etsy.

Ikat, Japanese Kasuri Cotton. (Shop Ref: 145)

Ikat fabric handdyed with vegetable dyes and by handloombatik

Ikat fabric hand-dyed with vegetable dyes and handwoven 100% fine Indian cotton

Ikat fabric handdyed with vegetable dyes and by handloombatik

Half of a Mantle (Peru / Huari (Wari) Culture) 700 – 1000 AD; 37 ½” X 55 ¼”; Camelid Wool; Discontinuous Warp & Weft Plain Weave. Photo courtesy of Gail Martin Gallery

Time & Material: Gail Martin Gallery at 40 by Lois Martin. Half of a Mantle (Peru / Huari (Wari) Culture) 700 – 1000 AD; 37 ½” X 55 ¼”; Photo courtesy of Gail Martin Gallery

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