Re: [SCA-JML] A question...
- Noble Cousin!
Greetings from Solveig!
> Wonder if anyone could do a "kosode 101" class thing on Youtube? IWhile some measuring is useful, you should not imagine that kosode
> think it would help alot, especially if it can be shown on a very
> step by step process (how to measure yourself for it, cutting the
> fabric, etc). From what I can tell if you can learn the kosode you
> can do alot more garb. Seems there a a few Japanese garbs that is
> little more than a variation on the kosode (I know it is more
> complicated than that but you know what I mean)
are "fitted" or "cut to fit". Rather, a lot of the "fitting" is done
while you put on wafuku (Japanese clothing). I am told that the same
is true for Turkish clothing. The reason for measurement is to make
sure that the thing is not too big and not too small with a LOT of
leeway in both directions, not that it "fits".
Your Humble Servant