pic 6 写真 2019-09-21 13 58 42 | The Kawashima Textile School ✿ Ancient kasuri is alive in Japan

“Drum seikei-ki” which translates to “drum warping machine.” The warp is wound onto the “drum,” then wound (beamed) onto the beam (usually the beam on Japanese looms are detachable/removable). By using this, a repeat pattern in the length of the drum’s circumference can be made.

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