Based on a Bingata fragment found by Robert and Tory in Japan, ‘Hanataba’ or bouquet of flowers is a digitally printed fabric depicting brightly coloured flowers and interlacing leaves. Traditionally these special fabrics were worn underneath clothes or used as lining; simply to be appreciated by the wearer and not by anyone else.
|Fabric Width:||146 cm - 57 1/2 in|
|Pattern Repeat:||27 cm - 10 5/8 in|
|Joining Width:||136.8 cm - 53 55/64 in|
NOTE: We advise that fabric batches may vary, please request a stock cutting prior to ordering. Most fabrics are in stock, but do check on current availability. Measurements given are approximate. The joining width measurement is based on one join, if you require more than one join please contact us for further information. If you require a cutting outside the UK please email: email@example.com. Copyright © Robert Kime 2020.