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Translate this page18 sept. 2012 - Cette épingle a été découverte par Ywana. Découvrez vos propres épingles sur Pinterest et enregistrez-les. Bookbinding Paper Craft - Paper - Page 1 - Yu Yo The Japanese Chiyogami Paper 283C CHY283. Log in for pricing. Luscious, vibrantly-coloured Chiyogami papers are hand-printed using the silk-screen technique. In this laborious process, each colour is applied using a separate screen. Sometimes as many as 12 colours,

Chiyogami 8.5" x 11"

Luscious, vibrantly-coloured Chiyogami papers are hand-printed using the silk-screen technique. In this laborious process each colour is applied using a separate screen. Sometimes as many as 12 colours, including gold or other metallics, may be used to create a single pattern. The Japanese Paper Place - PaperChiyogami 283C. Katazome-shi 162W. Chiyogami 986C. Chiyogami 412C. Small Sogara Yuzen. Chiyogami 993C. Chiyogami 560C. Katazome-shi 187W. Small Sogara Yuzen Peacock. Chiyogami 530C. Katazome-shi 83W. Katazome-shi 114W. Chiyogami 905C. Chiyogami 1063C.Chiyogami 283 The Paper PlaceChiyogami, which means thousand generation (chiyo) paper (gami), was developed in Japan during the Edo Period (1603-1867). The fashionable kimono textiles being produced in the Yuzen area of Kyoto inspired the papermakers to produce small-scale paper imitations intended for use on dolls and tiny household items, such as tea tins.