Anne Robinson, Karen Saxby
This is a comprehensive design collection of Kamawanu a Japanese Tenugui (dyed cotton cloth). Tenugui, literally means hand towel , and is one of commodities in Japanese life but it can also be used in a variety of ways: wall decoration, gift wrapping; as a tea towel, bandanna or as a head accessory. This book introduces more than 300 designs with simple explanations and some useful ideas for Tenugui usage. Photos throughout suggest ways of coordinating Kamawanu s Tenugui into interior design. This title will appeal to those interested in Japanese culture as well as textile designers or illustrators.