KURUME KASURI Fabric Mix Slab Standing Kasuri
[About Kurume Kasuri]
Showa retro -tailed power loom in which 20 looms connected from one motor operate.
It is Kurume Kasuri Omoto, founded in 1945.
It is a traditional tube fabric that represents Japan.
It features a soft texture close to hand -woven.
There are many manual processes, and it takes 2-4 months to woven 30 processes.
The woven fabric is all about 10 % of the woven sources in hot water and natural drying.
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It is a perfect textile for those who want to produce a special dish with traditional Japanese textiles.
[Features of weaving]
Kurume Kasuri is made of the most basic tissue called "flat weaving".
Because the expression of the pattern by "tie" technique is the biggest feature, to take advantage of its features.
The tissue is interpreted as simple.
For a balance between warp and weft in a framework of tissue organizations called "flat weaving"
By adding changes, we optimized the color of the warp and weft.
Normally, the color of the warp is strongly reflected, but in the case of this fabric
While devising so that the color of the weft is strongly reflected
The warp is accented to express complicated intersections.
What is a plain "mixed slab" in order to put a kasuri pattern using a tie -up technique.
The standard has been changed. Selection to give the degree of freedom of pattern expression.
[About mixed slabs]
The thread number is different from the plain mixed love.
Use 40/2 and 30/2 for the yarn (Tatashi) (only 40/2 depending on the pattern)
Use 40/2 and 16/1 slabs on the weft (Yokoioto) (depending on the pattern, 20/1 and 16/1 uneven yarn)
Express the optimization of mixed colors born with the crossing of 4 types of threads
It features a unique texture that is thick but has a softness.
The thickness of the fabric is thick + soft
Vertical thread 40/2 Horizontal thread 16/1 Mura thread 20/1
About 38 ~ 39cm
It is a 6m unit cut sale.
The display price is 6m unit price.
The real thing may look slightly different from the image.
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