Cherry Blossom Pattern
this would be a very good pattern for adults because it has small details on it.
This pattern is good because it has flowers on it and flowers are a significant pattern
This pattern is good for younger children because it has bigger details on it.
Cherry Blossom Pattern
Colours and patterns on kimonos
the colours in kimonos
what they use to get colour for the kimonos
how they make patterns
By Alicia Cassidy
In Japanese Wedding Ceremonies they mostly wear Kimonos. For the boys he would normally wear a black kimono decorated with family crest. If it is a girl she wears a brightly coloured (dyed) kimono.
Between 30-100 days after the baby is born that is when the child’s family come together and celebrate the birth of the child.
After the baby is born the moth takes it to a nearby Shinto (the worship of ancestors and nature spirts.) and introduces the new baby to the god of the community .The god will then hopes and prays that the community will protect her precious baby. The mother usually wears a Kimono.
The bride wears a beautiful Kimono while the groom wears a Kimono as well. The parents often choose the bride or groom for their son or daughter.
They will promise to live forever, if they like each other they will date for a while, each are free to say no.
In the death ceremonies the dead person wears grave clothes a hood and a money pouch containing six pieces of money.
In the olden days the family and friends wore white now they wear black. The men wear black mouring dress or a set of Haori (traditional half coat.)And a Hakama (divided skirt.)Or maybe a black silk material (called the Habutae.)With five crest over a white silk (Habutae.)
There are many different colours like blue, red, brown, orange, grey, yellow, light blue, black, green, light blue, purple, pink and white they also have a meaning and are used in all their cool fabric.
Here are some of the colour meanings red means life, anger, and danger. Pink well-liked by both kinds male and female. Yellow courage beauty and refinement. Green means enteral life. Blue everyday life. Purple privilege and wealth. White carnation symbolizes death and black is Mystery.
Sashiko is a type of form of hand sewing and is a cool way to some touch ups on the things that you make. Zanshi is a type of stitch and is also known for looming together fabric. Japanese paper is used in shoji doors. Silk is a really popular fabric in Japan they us it in majority of the kimonos are made from this fabric. Japan has a large range of cotton which is used traditionally used on their Yukato.
By Abby West