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Wood Sorrel Knitting Motif

Wood Sorrel
Katabami

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I designed this knitting motif based on one of the traditional Japanese crests. The Japanese Wood Sorrel or Katabami

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Kamishimo
The Metropolitan Museum of Art has a Kamishimo made of resist-dye cotton, paper and whalebone. It is decorated with the Katabami crest.

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