- View SourceKano Hideyoshi's "The Maple Viewers" from the Tokyo National Museum collectionshows some children in this detail in kosode with soft scarf-like obi tied in bows at the back.
Saionji no Hana
- View SourceIf you're putting a baby in kosode I recommend adding ties or other
additional hidden fasteners to keep it closed. I have enough trouble
keeping mine together!
- View SourceEven going off anime, here's a picture of a baby from Spirited Away:
Looks like all the other pictures. You could always make a little Kimono for her as well :D
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Michelle Touketto <ladygwenhwyvar@...> wrote:
> Now that I'm almost done with mine and my husband's garb, I need to decide
> what to have our daughter wear. She's just over a year old. Any
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- View SourceThank you for all the advice! The event was yesterday, and while everyone
loved our garb, loved that we all matched (personal thing I like to do), and
the brocade I used for *uchikake and **dofuku, *the most oohs, aahs, and
picture requests were of our little girl's brocade kimono. I say kimono
because it was closer to that than to a kosode, as I ran out of time to do
it really right. It also came out shorter than measured. Posting pictures
here shortly. The only "criticism" that I received was when I became too
warm during feast and switched my *uchikake *to around my waist and a woman
who's very familiar with Japanese garb, said I was only supposed to do that
during summer*. * I'm 24 weeks pregnant, so I figure I'm allowed some
lee-way if that's specifically true!
Thanks again for all your advice, help, and the websites that some of you
have already created!
On Sun, Jan 30, 2011 at 3:18 AM, Oni <deathscythe_boogie_man@...>wrote:
> Even going off anime, here's a picture of a baby from Spirited Away:
> Looks like all the other pictures. You could always make a little Kimono
> for her as well :D
> --- In email@example.com <sca-jml%40yahoogroups.com>, Michelle
> Touketto <ladygwenhwyvar@...> wrote:
> > Now that I'm almost done with mine and my husband's garb, I need to
> > what to have our daughter wear. She's just over a year old. Any
> > suggestions?
> > Thanks,
> > Gwenhwyvar
> > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
"All knowledge is worth having." Anafiel Delaunay, Kushiel's Dart.
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