diane-savona

I find this garment quite intriguing and definitely beautiful with a bird like quality.

Domestic Armor (by Diane Savona) In ancient Japan, people would donate silk kimonos to the monasteries. These would be cut and sewn to make patch-work garments called ‘kasas’. I liked the idea of a community combining used fabrics into one cloth. Most of this is put together with collected crochet potholders.