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House of Hosoo Kyoto

House of Hosoo Kyoto

Africa | Detail from a Moroccan cape from the early 20th century | Wool, cotton and silk; embroidered with geometric patterns in blue, red, orange, and white, sewn throughout with small metal sequins || Partial view

Africa | Detail from a Moroccan cape from the early 20th century | Wool, cotton and silk; embroidered with geometric patterns in blue, red, orange, and white, sewn throughout with small metal sequins || Partial view

House of Hosoo Kyoto

House of Hosoo Kyoto

House of Hosoo Kyoto

House of Hosoo Kyoto

Africa | Adire electro cotton wrapper from the Yoruba people of western Nigeria | "Coronation, Jubilee or Oloba" design; Stencil start resist and indigo dyed cotton | ca. 1950s/60s

This is Adire cloth from the a patterned cloth using resist-dye techniques. West Africa is known for their skillful use of indigo in fabrics. Adire cloth is hand painted as well as starch and stenciled starch resistant.

Textile creations Esmod Dubai

Textile creations Esmod Dubai

Textile creations Esmod Dubai

Textile creations Esmod Dubai

Uzbek Journeys: Symbols in Stitches: Uzbek Suzanis. {'Suzani' derives from the Persian word for needle.}

Uzbek Journeys: Symbols in Stitches: Uzbek Suzanis. {'Suzani' derives from the Persian word for needle.

Textile creations Esmod Dubai

Textile creations Esmod Dubai

Textile creations Esmod Dubai

Textile creations Esmod Dubai

Textile creations Esmod Dubai

Textile creations Esmod Dubai

Textile creations Esmod Dubai

Textile creations Esmod Dubai

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