Re: Kamakura dress for Miriel
- I did indeed receive both messages Makiwara-dono; thank you very much.
And to Otagiri-dono, also thank you for your assistance - I cannot
wait to peruse these pages of the internet.
Thank you all for a warm welcome this chilly season!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "makiwara_no_yetsuko"
> My lady,
> Yahoo seems to have eaten or delayed my last post, so I'm going to
> send this set of links one more time, just in case:
> Kyoto Costume Museum:
> Reconstructing History:
> Anne Liese's instructions on making kosode & hakama repeats some of
> this, but I think her hakama directions may be easier to follow:
> My own Heian/Kamakura outfit, plus kosode instructions for the
> sewing novice.
> Simply stated, the fashions of the Kamakura period are a
> simplification of what was being worn in the Heian period. Same
> pieces, just not as many layers. The Kyoto Costume museum link is
> pretty good because it shows you mannequins in period costumes, so
> you can get a good idea of how things should look.
> Let's see if Yahoo lets it through this time. ;->