Blue/Black Kikko Hexagon-Weave Kimono Wool By the Yard #26420
Blue and black wool fibers combine to create small hexagons. In Japan hexagons are known as “Kikko” (turtle's shell) and are a well-known symbol of good fortune. They reflect wishes for eternal youth, longevity, prosperity and wealth. This 100% kimono wool is thin yet strong and soft, with a bit of body and crispness and no shine. It is in excellent condition and reads from a distance as dark blue. The back side reads as more black than blue. 15.5" wide unused vintage kimono wool from Japan.
Sold by the full yard, and we'll cut yours in one piece from the bolt.
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