Re: [SCA-JML] Now, time to sew the hitoe
- On Tue, Jul 01, 2003 at 01:21:24PM -0500, Anthony J. Bryant wrote:
> china_lurkr wrote:Does he posibly mean hitatare?
> > Is it open at the arm pit (as a modern kimono, or is it
> > fully attached to the body)? I was planing to make a Muromachi or
> > Momoyama era hitoe since the material I plan to use is a dark blue
> > silk with a thin beige pin stripe (and know that a solid color would
> > have been more earlier period). Input & thoughts ?...
> Well, be careful. Hitoe are worn *under* something. Usually under several
> somethings. You don't wear a hitoe alone, as they're unlined and often nearly
> translucent -- at least summer models tend to be. (Hitoe means, literally,
> "one-layer"). Actually, I'm trying to understand what you're making.
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Anthony J. Bryant" <ajbryant@i...> >
>Well, be careful. Hitoe are worn *under* something. Usually underI am trying to make the outer robes on a costume. I have made a red
>several somethings. You don't wear a hitoe alone, as they're unlined
>and often nearly translucent -- at least summer models tend to be.
>(Hitoe means, literally, "one-layer"). Actually, I'm trying to
>understand what you're making.
linen hakama & a white linen kosode...So if I understand this
correctly, I now need a uchiki next on top of my kosode. I really
like the Court Lady in every day wear fron the Heian Period.
Well lets try this a bit backwards, with my choice of cloth. I had a
friend that has recently moved & gave me yards of silk cloth (Yeap, I
did a burn test on it). it is a very dark blue to a black with a thin
pin stripe that repeats every 4 inches or so. What period would this
cloth best fall under for a woman &/or a man? (If I can not use it I
plan to make a set of japanese garb for my boyfriend.)