Since I will be vendoring at Bashcon this year, I thought it would be fun to document some of the pieces I have for sale. Here is a small sample of some 100+ kimono and obi for sale. These pieces have been graciously modeled by my stepchildren, who too love kimono.
Womans kimono, with hand painted leaves along the bottom, and a fine over all weave through all of the fabic. Silk lined.
Detail shot of the hand painted leaves.
Womans kimono, demonstrating a unique weaving technique the japanese mastered. Notice that the weave runs both both ways. This is a fine piece in near mint / new condition. This design is loomed by hand, and not a mass produced piece made by machine.
Detail shot of the weave.
Mens festive, or dance kimono.
Detail of the mens kimono.
Mens Haori, a coat for kimono. Mint / New item, with delicate hand painted silk interior. This photo is of the haori turned inside out.
Detail of the writing on the lining of the haori. I would love if someone can translate this for me.
See you at Bashcon!