Obi sash: blobi

Obi Silk Sash on exhibit at Canadian Museum for Textiles

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Obi Silk Sash

obi sash
Obi Jacquard Silk -Japan 1920’s

Obi Sash
The obi was a simple narrow sash worn about the waist to hold the folds of the kimono in place.

Drawloom

The complex patterns demanded at the royal courts of Asia and Europe required warp threads to be drawn individually. This was accomplished by the invention of the Draw Loom. At least 2 people were needed to work the drawloom. The weaver and the assistants, called drawboys, who were told to pull the various combinations of pulleys

Kimono Exhibit

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Author: Paivi Suomi

I've had an interest in weaving, looms, yarns and textiles since I was a small child. I learned to knit, crochet, sew, do needlepoint at my mother's knee. My grandmother was a Saami from northern Norway. I am very interested in studying more about tradtional Saami and Finnish style weaving and handicrafts. Paivi Suomi