‘Takeyabu’ or bamboo forest showcases birds and flowers amongst stems of bamboo. Inspired by a Bingata fabric fragment Robert and Tory found travelling in Japan, Bingata refers to a specific dyeing technique dating back to the 14th century which is believed to have developed from the synthesis of Indian, Chinese and Japanese dyeing processes. Often brightly coloured, Bingata fabrics generally depict natural subjects.
|Fabric Width:||145 cm - 57 3/32 in|
|Pattern Repeat:||39 cm - 15 23/64 in|
|Joining Width:||140 cm - 55 1/8 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: firstname.lastname@example.org. Copyright © Robert Kime 2020.