Lisa, Linen kosode (16th c. Japanese robe) hand stencilled with chrysanthemums and dragonflies, worn here...

LISA

"Linen kosode (16th c. Japanese robe) hand stencilled with chrysanthemums and dragonflies, worn here as part of my SCA rapier armor. Good old IL019 Crimson. "

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Malt1 year ago

FABULOUS.

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Kimalt1 year ago

Well done, inspiring example of this style.

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Kevinalt1 year ago

I especially like how the simple surface embellishment so enhances the basic fabric!

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Robinalt1 year ago

simple - or so you think until you see all the properly cut lines and fine stamping on each piece. multilayered too!

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Debraalt1 year ago

Elegant, and a great deal more work than appears at first glance.

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Katiealt1 year ago

I love the stamping!

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Lisaalt1 year ago

Ladies and gentlemen, thank you for the votes but this is not stamped. It\'s stencilled. For more information on the process, please visit\nwodefordhall.com/fakingit.htm

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Shannaalt1 year ago

This outfit is based off a highly researched historical prequel to the kimono. She has contributed to the SCA Japanese community at large with her kosode pattern. She does all her sewing by hand, and also enhances the fabric with her down stencils.

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Crystalalt1 year ago

very nice and a fun fencer too

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Tianaalt1 year ago

I love the stenciling and the depth of detailing on this!