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Japanese Hapi and Haori Pattern - by Folkwear

Japanese Hapi and Haori Pattern - by Folkwear
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Misses Sizes 6-20, Mens Sizes 34-44

For formal occasions or everyday layered dressing, either jacket offers a special touch to any wardrobe. Simple rectangular shapes are great for inventive color and texture combinations. A pattern for the tabi, the traditional split-toe slipper socks, is included. Suggested fabrics: For the Hapi, choose light to medium-weight soft or crisp cottons or blends; silks with body such as noil or shantung; linen; wool. For the Haori, choose light to medium-weight soft fabrics with drape such as silk, rayon, or blends. For the Tabi, choose medium-weight cotton or blends. Fabrics with nap, pile, or one-way design are not suitable for either jacket. Sized for men and women, patterns for two jackets and slippers, Silk screen instructions and designs. Japanese Hapi and Haori Pattern by Folkwear, Sizes: Misses' Small 6-10, misses' Medium 12-14, misses' large 16-18, Misses 20, Men's small 34-36, men's medium 38-40, men's large 42-44..

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