Last week we had a workshop on how to make a kobukusa taught by sempai Kate. The first thing we did is learn how to test fabric to find out the fiber content. Different fabrics react differently to being burned. Using samples of known content, we tested them by burning and comparing to the handy …
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When: Saturday February 9th 10:00- 2:00 Where: Kate’s house (call for directions) Fee: $10 class fee, tea and sweets & lunch provided – sub sandwiches & salads, let me know your preferences . This is the second in our series of Kimono sewing workshops. We’ll be working on the practice kimono tops (for modern tea …
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Please don’t forget to make reservations for our October workshops:
Saturday, October 6, 10 am- Kimono alteration class, including taking measurement for proper fit of kimono. Issoan Tea School.
Saturday, October 13, 10 am – Field trip to Bamboo Gardens, North Plains. Meet at Issoan Tea School at 9:30 for carpooling. A …
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Thursday, October 4, 2012 – 6:00pm: Japan and the Culture of the Four Seasons – Nature, Literature, and the Arts,
Saturday October 6th, 10 am to 2 pm Kimono alterations class
Saturday October 13, 10 am – 2 pm Field trip to …
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We had a kobukusa making workshop a couple of weeks ago, and I promised that I’d post pictures from the workshop. We had 4 participants, and Kate was our teacher. She supplied silk fabric, silk thread, needles, patterns, instructions and sewing advice and help.
Everyone who had brought their sewing kits, …
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