Sunday, August 25, 2013

Sunday Stash #196 - Japanese Import Fabrics


This bundle of fabric arrived earlier in the week and was promptly cut into for my Economy Block - I Spy Quilt. 

Peek-A-Boo Dot by Suzuko Koseki

Suzuko Koseki is a quilter, teacher, author, and fabric designer from Japan. Suzuko's work is great source of inspiration and I seek out her fabrics from far and wide.  

The Peek-A-Boo Dot collection (dots measure approximately 2.5 inches in diameter) is a more recently released range by Suzuko Koseki and is currently available from:

From top right:
Soap and Perfume Labels in Black/White by Suzuko Koseki
Yuwa Sixty Eight Collection - Sewing Notions in Red
Yuwa Live Life Collection - Labels
Yuwa Sixty Eight Collection - Cross Stitch French Bonjour
Yuwa Live Life - Shoes and Hats
Yuwa Sixty Eight Collection - Sewing Notions in Black

I also couldn't resist this bundle of text fabrics. These text and notion prints are 100% quilting cottons and are great low-volume fabrics as well as stash basics.  I just love the current availability and variety of text and notion fabrics.  There's no such thing as too much fabric! 

Purchased and available from:

Enjoy Sunday!
Rita

9 comments:

  1. *swoon* they are gorgeous! The peekaboo dot would be fun for the polaroid quilt I'm planning

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  2. What a fun assortment! You find the best fabrics and I love the way your quilt designs highlight them perfectly!

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  3. I have some of these fabric too and I couldn't agree more Rita. They are fabulous. Thanks for sharing. Marie

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  4. You've got some interesting fabric - love the selection!

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  5. Wonderful fabrics! You do wonderful things with them always.

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  6. You enable me! ♥♥♥♥♥

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  7. I really like your I-spy quilt, so I have a suggestion. Make just one block 4 times the usual size to add a fun focal point. I always enjoy seeing your bright, cheerful quilts.

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  8. Resistance was futile...my bundle is already in my hot little hands!

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  9. Loving all this text fabric. ;^)

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