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Monday, August 03, 2009

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Lisa at Greeenbow

I can see how you are drawn to these Boro pieces. They have history and the artist had heart to put them together in such rough conditions.

carolyngail

Just like the art of the women of Gee's Bend in my home state Alabama, these Japanese textiles are amazing.

Jim

Here's a link to more photos of Japanese boro textiles.

http://www.kimonoboy.com/catalog.html?category=boro

india flint

i've been wanting this book for ages...and had no idea that SRI had a weekly sale!
so i'm off to sign up now. thanks for the info.

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

It's a lovely book. I think you will definitely enjoy it.

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