Hakama for men and women, all sizes based on waist measurement. Kataginu in one size. The two garments were typically worn over a knee-length kimono for formal occasions. Today, the garments are frequently worn for official occasions, martial arts, and historic reenactment.
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Hakama for men and women, all sizes based on waist measurement. Kataginu in one size. The two garments were typically worn over a knee-length kimono for formal occasions. Today, the garments are frequently worn for official occasions, martial arts, and historic reenactment. Since the Hakama is simply a large rectangle of fabric that is pleated to fit your body, the pattern does not have a large rectangle pattern piece waste of paper!
For contemporary sportswear, pattern also includes instructions for optional side panels to fill in the side-seam gaps that expose the underlying kimono in traditional wear. The wide-shoulder Kataginu can be made to match the Hakama for a traditional samurai appearance or as a contrasting wearable art accent. Easy to pleat and sew, it completes a dramatic outfit.
Suggested Fabrics: For Kataginu: Crisp, tightly woven cottons; linens and linen blends; ramie; hemp; silks, including shantung, habotae, pongee, satin, or taffeta. Note: You may have to starch fabric to preserve pleats. For Hakama: Same as Kataginu, but also lightweight wool suiting. Yardage chart. Fran also recommends Supertex for the backboard stiffener.
A customer from Pennsylvania shares the following: "The pattern suggestions for the side stiffening of the Kataginu note that whalebone was traditionally used, and now thin slices of bamboo are used. Even though I have access to bamboo, I use sport webbing.
Folkwear #151 Japanese Hakama & Kataginu
These are worn with black montsuki kimono kimono with one, three, or five family coats of arms on the back, chest, and shoulders , white tabi divided-toe socks , white nagajuban under-kimono and various types of footwear. In cooler weather, a montsuki haori long jacket with a white haori-himo haori-fastener completes the outfit. Hakama can be worn with any type of kimono except yukata light cotton summer kimono generally worn for relaxing, for sleeping, or at festivals or summer outings. While striped hakama are usually worn with formal kimono, stripes in colours other than black, grey and white may be worn with less formal wear. Solid and graduated colours are also common. Sumo wrestlers, who do not wear hakama in the context of their sport, are, however, required to wear traditional Japanese dress whenever they appear in public. As hakama are one of the most important parts of traditional male formal dress, sumo wrestlers are often seen wearing hakama when attending appropriately formal functions.
151 Japanese Hakama & Kataginu