Sunday, July 13, 2014

Sunday Stash #238 ~ Japanese Fabrics by Suzuko Koseki and Yoko Okamoto


This week's stash addition is a bundle of recently released fabrics by Suzuko Koseki and Yoko Okamoto; both are popular Japanese textile designers.
Fashion Style in White, Lime, and Apricot  by Suzuko Koseki for Yuwa Fabrics
Fashion Style in White, Lime, and Apricot
 by Suzuko Koseki for Yuwa Fabrics
100% quilting cotton
As you may already know I am a big fan of Suzuko Koseki's designs and I absolutely could not resist this cute new print featuring fashion items; clothing and accessories ~ ideal for fussy cutting, and includes a great low volume colorway which I may have purchased a little extra of. Just in case. 

Small Circles in White, Lime and Grey by Suzuko Koseki for Yuwa Fabrics
Small Circles in White, Lime and Grey
by Suzuko Koseki for Yuwa Fabrics
Colorful Square Patchwork in Grey, Pastel and Multi by Suzuko Koseki for Yuwa Fabrics
Colorful Square Patchwork in Grey, Pastel and Multi
by Suzuko Koseki for Yuwa Fabrics
In addition, these two designs, Circles and Colorful Square Patchwork ~ which are smaller scale prints of previously released fabrics by Suzuko ~ both made their way into my stash. The diameter of the circle is just under 1 1/2 inches and the squares are approximately 2 inches x 2 inches; quite a bit smaller than the original designs.

Love Osaka by Yoko Okamoto for Yuwa in Yellow, Teal, Red and White
Love Osaka by Yoko Okamoto for Yuwa
in Yellow, Teal, Red and White
And last, a fat quarter bundle featuring Parisian streetscapes and settings by Yoko Okamoto. All fabrics featured here today are all fine quality quilting cottons.

Suzuko Koseki and Yoko Okamoto Fabrics are available from:
Miss Matatabi (Etsy)
Westwood Acres


Enjoy Sunday!
Rita

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9 comments:

  1. I really enjoy seeing the fabrics you share. What yardage do you usually pick up when you get a bundle like you have above? ( I also love seeing your quilts, they are bright and colorful, and happy)

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  2. These are lovely, distinctive fabrics. I cannot wait to see you use them in your quilts.

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  3. Thank you for sharing your stash posts! They often focus on fabrics that I might not know of otherwise. And of course, I love seeing your projects. They always make me smile. Have a wonderful day!

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  4. I understand "low volume" in reference to batting, but can't quite put the meaning in reference to fabric.. can you share please? The fabrics are amazing.... can't wait to see how you use them

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  5. These are beautiful - thank you for sharing.

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  6. Lovely new material. Was pattern hopping last night at Windham and they and other manufacturers still have many of their patterns from 20 to 30 + years ago published as well as showing the material originally used in them. Some of the fabrics are absolutely stunning and so beautiful. So sorry they are no longer in production. I realize the patterns will be equally gorgeous in updated fabrics, but wonder if they ever remake a fabric which has not been produced in a decade? Thank you for all you do and share with us.

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  7. These fabrics are SEW fabrics. The colors make me smile.

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  8. Oh the Love Oska is really beautiful

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