Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Lovely NEW Small Scale Japanese Fabric Arrivals



A selection of some of our NEW small-scale Japanese fabrics perfect for that 'little' project! I can see some lovely hair accessories, buttons, wee shoes, jewellery and bag linings made from a few of these.

Leave us a weee comment with what you would like to make using just one fat quarter of one of your favourites here and we will select eight responses and mail one fat quarter of their choice of the above Japanese fabrics to play with! If you are a mum like me you may just find a wee amount of time these school holidays to make something from it!

19 comments:

Anita said...

These fabrics would be perfect for 1 inch hexagons. I just started making some and realized I don't have that many small scale prints in my stash or my scrap bucket. Very cute fabric!

♥Ilse♥ (Rood met witte stipjes) said...

oooh what a nice fabric, I would make a summerhat of it for my little girl.

Are they from Kokka, the firs two ones?

Melinda @ Here We Go Loopy Lou said...

I can see so many things. I would use them, particularly the floral, for some small scale girly appliques I have in mind. I also thing they would make really cute dolls clothes!

Kelly Ingram said...

So cute - I think the little red deer fabric would make an adorable little handbag for my 6 year old.

lolliegirl said...

Ooh! I love this new range. I'm thinking of maybe a small makeup bag or a pencil case for me to take when I start my studies in a few weeks!

Brianna said...

Love the deer prints but I think I will choose the bicycle prints since it is almost Tour de France time and they are in the French colours! Would have to make a shopping bag with it for when I race down to the shops to grab snacks (or red bull so I can stay up all night and watch it!)

Kate said...

Wow - these are beautiful! I'd love to get my hands on the apples and make a small book bag in green. Or red. Or really any of the fabrics are beautiful! Thanks for such a lovely giveaway!

SewSuzie said...

Gorgeous fabrics as always. The Petite Flower Chain has a great retro boho look and would be nice to combine with a plain fabric for a little boho style peasant top.

Little Munchkins said...

Gosh, those fabrics are seriously cute! I love both the pink floral and the green apples - can't choose which one I like better.

I would use the fabric to make some zippered coin purses. In fact I already have the hardware, just waiting for the perfect fabric ;)

Katie said...

I love the little red deer fabric. I would make it the feature of a little cushion for a little person's room. But they are all gorgeous.
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~ Kim ~ said...

I've been waiting to find the right print for toddler pencil cases. These would be perfect!

Sarah (compostkitty) said...

i love the green apples and think it would make a perfect little cushion for my 1yr olds little sofa when she lays down to watch giggle and hoot or next to daddy, they both love to share green apples with each other

Claireabell said...

Gotta love the Japanese fabrics, they never disappoint! I would use these prints to make tiny wee baby booties and a matching appliqued onesie, as I have four friends due over the next few months.

Natasha said...

They are gorgeous! The deers and apples are wonderful but as I am always sewing more for my little girl - I think it's time to find something for my little boy and that bike print is just right! Messenger bag!

Kris said...

Very cute! I can see little bags or sewing cases made with the apples or deer. Love them!

fiatcat said...

Love your fabrics, the small prints would be just perfect to make yo yo's to embellish my daughter dress, and make matching hair clips, and headbands, and shoes.... ohhh the possibilities are endless!!!

KathyB said...

They are all so beautiful, I'd like to make a bag or hat for my granddaughters.

rosessimone said...

Hard to chose the sweetest one. Any would make some lovely t-shirt appliques.

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lucy said...

Cute Japanese fabrics! What I really love is the green apples and bicycle prints. I think this would be perfect for little hair accessories and some dress projects.