Traditional Japanese pattern fabric Love the torn scraps feel. A variety of traditional patterns collaged together. Subtle variations in the blue tones, billowing sweeps like clouds, hillsides or the sea.
"Every day, priests minutely examine the Law. And endlessly chant complicated sutras. Before doing that, though, they should learn how to read the love letters sent by the wind and rain, the snow and moon.
400 years ago, Japanese kushi (combs) & kanzashi (hairpins) became expressions of a woman’s character, social class, religion & people could even tell what neighborhood someone lived in by looking at their hair ornaments