The design is in the tradition of yogi, which is actually a kind of quilt made in the shape of a kimono, but not meant to be worn, and also in the tradition of mounting antique kimono fragments on screens, arranging them as if there were a whole kimono draped over a rack.
After deciding on placement of the noshi, the pieces were partially fused down, and the edges turned under, pinned, and pressed into place. I zig-zagged a metallic gold thread around all the edges—most of the fabrics used also have "gold" highlights. A narrow border of gold-printed Indian cotton was added to the red background and a larger black border completed the front. The red fabric, "Quilter's Pima," has a satin face and was especially nice to work with.