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These protective stitches are called semamori, and shown here today is a semamori cho, or a practice album of decorative stitches that, when...

These protective stitches are called semamori, and shown here today is a semamori cho, or a practice album of decorative stitches that, when...

“Three semamori cho or albums showing a variety of #semori or #semamori which are protective amulets stitched onto children's clothing. Late 19th century.”

“Three semamori cho or albums showing a variety of #semori or #semamori which are protective amulets stitched onto children's clothing. Late 19th century.”

In Japan, there is a certain magic associated with stitching applied to children’s garments, meant to protect the child from harm. These protective stitches are called semamori. A semamori cho, or a practice album of decorative stitches, when stitched on a child’s garment, would have been held in place one of the kimono’s two ties.

In Japan, there is a certain magic associated with stitching applied to children’s garments, meant to protect the child from harm. These protective stitches are called semamori. A semamori cho, or a practice album of decorative stitches, when stitched on a child’s garment, would have been held in place one of the kimono’s two ties.

In Japan, there is a certain magic associated with stitching: ... stitches applied to children’s garments are done so intentionally, and that they are meant to protect the child from harm. These protective stitches are called semamori, and shown here today is a semamori cho, or a practice album of decorative stitches that, when stitched on a child’s garment, would have been held in place one of the kimono’s two ties.

In Japan, there is a certain magic associated with stitching: ... stitches applied to children’s garments are done so intentionally, and that they are meant to protect the child from harm. These protective stitches are called semamori, and shown here today is a semamori cho, or a practice album of decorative stitches that, when stitched on a child’s garment, would have been held in place one of the kimono’s two ties.

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