Katazome paper with multicolored curly pattern over a ivory-white background.
The colors in this pattern are warm; they transmit a feeling of light and energy.
This paper has been prepared with the laborious technique katazome in which some areas with masqueraded with a paste of rice flour before dyeing the piece. Then the pasta and the remains of dye are washed to proceed to the application of other colors.
This long and painstaking process results in some papers of unique texture, warm, rustic but delicate finish at the same time.
It will stand out for its touch and irregular edges, which show kozo fibers.
• Origin: Japan
• Measures (cm): 61-62x47,5 approx. (Half sheet)
• Weight ( g): 70 approx .
• Material: Kozo fiber and sulphites paper
• Uses: Decoration, gifts, origami, customizing objects, scrapbooking.
Orders amounts pairs can be supplied in full sheets of 94-96cmx61-63cm approx.