Asanoha is a common and versatile motif. While named for the asa (hemp) plant, its origins are entirely geometric (comprised of six diamonds) and as such is considered a seasonless geometric design, popular for its visual presence. It is often used on komono, such as datejime, obi-ita, and obi-makura. It is also very frequently used as a background for more vivid patterns, and shows up in rinzu regularly.
100% Cotton Sheeting
44" Wide (Approx.)
End of Bolt Cut: 46" x WOF (Width of Fabric).