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Re: Kataginu pattern

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  • Aaron Sher
    Many thanks - I thought this might be it, but I wasn t sure. Now, to find some good fabric for the whole kamishimo... Alessandro
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 27, 2002
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      Many thanks - I thought this might be it, but I wasn't sure. Now, to find
      some good fabric for the whole kamishimo...

      Alessandro

      > > I didn't get a response to this, so I'm reposting it. Somebody
      > said at one
      > > point that there was a kataginu pattern in the files section. I
      > don't see
      > > it...maybe I'm blind? Can somebody help me find it? Alternatively, does
      > > anybody have a decent kataginu pattern that they'd share? I'm looking to
      > > make a late-sixteenth-century (i.e. pre-Edo-period) kataginu.
      >
      > The kataginu pattern in the files section is based off of the hitatare
      > (since it is basically a hitatare without the sleeves):
      >
      > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/sca-jml/files/Garb%20files/Hitatare-
      > types.PDF
      >
      > Similar to this:
      > http://modzer0.cs.uaf.edu/~logan/pictures/iifuku.JPG
      > (A kataginu kamishimo made for the character of Ii Naomasa in the film
      > "Aoi:Tokugawa Sandai" which is just outside of period. This was on
      > display at the Hikone museum).
      >
      > However, in the above costume I found it interesting that it was not
      > closed at the sides and the back appears to be rounded instead of
      > straight, although I can't remember, exactly (things I wish I'd taken
      > more note of at the time). I don't know for certain how accurate this
      > particular reconstruction is.
      >
      > -Ii
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