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Handmade Family Heirlooms


Kam How Chang
Pair of Large 18"+ Crochet Doily (see below for matching doily)
1930s-1970s (maybe 1950s)

Per her son, the shell design in these doilies were very difficult
to do, and therefore crochet work with this design is rare.


Kam How Chang
Large 18"+ Crochet Doily (see above for matching doily)
1930s-1970s


Kam How Chang
Large 14"+ Crochet Doily
1930s-1970s


Kam How Chang
Crochet Doily
1930s-1970s


Kam How Chang
Small Crochet Doily
1930s-1970s

This small doily was used in 1998 as "something old" in her
granddaughter's wedding. It was attached with decorative
ribbon to her wedding bouquet.


Kam How Chang
Small Crochet Pentagon Pillow Covers
1930s-1970s


Kam How Chang
Lap/Baby Quilt
1930s-1970s

Kam How Chang got many of her fabrics from a garment factory in the
1940s per her daughter-in-law. If memory serves her daughter-in-law
well, the name of the factory was "Kamehameha Garment Factory".


Kam How Chang
Lap/Baby Quilt
1930s-1970s


Kam How Chang
Throw Pillow made from Towels and Yarn
1960s-1970s

Kawakami
(made by Chizuko or Sadako Kawakami per Chizuko's daughter)
Bed Spread
1930s-1970s


Elaine Hayashida
Crochet Tote Bag
1960s-1980s