‘Hizakura’ or day cherry flower also celebrates the Japanese symbolism of cherry blossoms indicating a time of renewal and the transience of life. The inverse of ‘Yozakura’ this fabric was inspired by a fragment originating from the Edo period. This style of cotton print was also traditionally used to make ‘Hakama’, a type of Japanese trouser.
|Material:||100% Linen Voile|
|Width:||147cm - 57 7/8 in|
|Printed Width:||137cm - 54 in|
|Pattern Repeat:||37cm - 14 1/2 in|
|Joining Width:||136cm - 53 1/2 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.