31 August 2007

JAPANESE WEEK - fabrics

im still continuing my look at japanese design, and today im focusing on fabrics. starting off with these lovely prints from japanese site shugale . the design above is by shinzi katoh, and below fairytale fabric, with gorgeous decole at the bottom. if you are looking to buy japanese fabrics then see the following posts for a list of where to shop online.

13 comments:

zee homebug said...

I'm loving Japanese week as always! http://www.nuno-plus.com is another good site for fabrics direct from Japan - they have a few of the ones you've featured here and worldwide postage isn't too costly.

bowie style said...

wow thanks zee, great tip - ive added nuno to the list below.

IMEDAGOZE said...

This is so great, bowie. I always wonder where all talented crafters got their fabrics from. Let the treasure hunting begin. :)

sara said...

sweetest of the sweetest!

Leigh said...

Great fabrics. Do they come on a roll like wrapping paper? What a good idea. Love super buzzy too.

jen o said...

hi! i've been reading you for months, and just realized that your rss feed is no longer there. my blog reader hasn't picked up any new posts since july 10! did you disable rss? am i doing something wrong? i neeeed my daily dose of print & pattern!
xo, jen

Di said...

It's amazing how the Japanese can do cute so well!! I love the first fabric with the trees and birds! Thank you for sharing all this inspiring stuff!

Emma said...

I love the little blue birdie in the first one.

Anonymous said...

Tough getting those mug designs on to the ceramics.
www.teeshirts.in

Anonymous said...

I would like to buy these fabrics but How did you order on Shugale?
Everything is in japanese. I think you have to register. But I do not manage to fill in the form.
Could you tell me more about it?
Thanks

dinnie said...

I want to buy it!!!!! What i make??

email: dinnie.ribeiro@gmail.com


Please... i´m brazilian

Ina said...

Wow these fabrics are so beautiful an amazing!!! Which design company makes them? Lecien?

Best Wishes,

Ina

Anonymous said...

Check out
www.thisandthatfromjapan.etsy.com
for a variety of Japanese fabric.
New fabric is added daily.