Sunday, November 16, 2014

Sunday Stash #256 Suzuko Koseki and More

Suzuko Koseki for Yuwa - made in Japan | Red Pepper Quilts
Suzuko Koseki for Yuwa - made in Japan.
Vintage Fashion
Vintage Sewing Fashion
Small Daisy and Text
More prints by popular Japanese textile designer Suzuko Koseki arrived this week. I could not resist. You know how much I love text fabric especially when featured on a beautiful white background as seen in the daisy print above or when the design involves sewing notions or theme.
Suzuko Koseki for Yuwa - made in Japan | Red Pepper Quilts
Suzuko Koseki for Yuwa - Made in Japan.
Tape Measures in Blue, Charcoal, White and Pink
Suzuko Koseki and Atsuko Matsuyama fabrics available from:
Miss Matatabi (Etsy Store)

More Suzuko Koseki fabrics:
Little Crafty Shop
Pink Castle Fabrics
Westwood Acres
Atsuko Matsuyam - Sweet Recipe in black/white
Suzuko Koseki - Small Daisy in Red
Liberty Tana Lawn | Red Pepper Quilts

Gratuitous Liberty Tana Lawn fabric photos for I may be planning another Liberty project. There's no such thing as too much Liberty, and these feel like Summer ... not that we need reminding for we've already had some days too warm for comfort.
Liberty Tana Lawn | Red Pepper Quilts
Enjoy Sunday!

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  1. Ahhh..a Sunday Liberty fix. and the sun shines!

  2. I have been reading your blog for years and I continue to be amazed at the fabrics you show. Your quilts are very special, indeed.

  3. Love the Suzuko Koseki fabrics. They are gorgeous!

  4. Hi Rita. I was wondering what kind of batting you use in your quilts. I have been using Warm and Natural but the quilts don't turn out soft and pliable. It seems that they are better suited as wall hangings or table runners. Your advice would be much appreciated. It would be an expensive adventure to try several different kinds to find our which are softer.

  5. I've never seen those tape measures. I ordered a bunch of Koseki prints not too long ago so I need to recover from that sticker shock before I get more:)

  6. I love these fabrics and your blog. I can't wait to come to your class in Chicago!


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