Added Sep 28, 2013
This top has a strange name, but there’s a reason for it. The fabric has a series of images of a man in traditional Japanese dress being horrible. He’s pulling a cat’s tail, seemingly threatening a child with a stick, and…riding a hobby horse. I’m really not sure why a fabric has this printed on it, but it’s oddly interesting, and I couldn’t pass it up.
The blouse is quite slim-fitting and ties at the back. It is self-drafted, with a rounded square neckline.
1 metre cotton
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