I started buying Japanese silk kimonos and obis many years ago, to take apart for quilting purposes. They are a wonderful resource, even though it's a little tedious to dismantle them.
So, here is a kit of an assortment of reds, all 100% silk, all have been dry cleaned.
Japanese silk is made only 12 to 14 inches wide. In this kit, there are six different fabrics. Each piece is 12 to 14 inches wide with enough length to make four running yards. There may be some smaller pieces tossed in, but there are at least four yards of silk. I have three kits exactly like the one pictured and I will be listing more in a variety of colors. These are vintage to antique silks and as such, may have some flaws or small stains. In that case, I have included enough fabric to compensate. These fabrics have a wonderful, soft hand and are perfect for applique. If you are going to use them for piecing or constructing craft projects, I would recommend stabilizing them with a fusible knit interfacing.