Day two of giveaway week here on KCW and ooo! weee! is a good one!
The whole sewing world has fallen for Naomi Ito and the amazing fabric she designs. The fabrics themselves have a beautiful hand and are a dream to sew with. The prints are modern, bold, playful, artistic, and absolutely gorgeous. But where to go to get this amazing Japanese fabric? In Japan of course–at a little shop called Miss Matatabi:
Miss Matatabi is a little family owned fabric store specializing in modern Japanese fabrics. We have a curated selection of Nani IRO, Kokka, Yuwa, Kei, and Kiki Parfait textiles. We ship worldwide with fast, friendly service and love being able to connect with fellow Japanese fabric fans.
Frances is the owner of Miss Matatabi and she makes a lovely guide to the world of Japanese fabrics. Because she lives in Japan, she has access to the newest collections and can stock them right when they become available.
The shop is full of fabrics to use for any season from the light and airy Admi Textiles…
…to Naomi Ito’s newest collection for Autumn/Fall. The knits included in that collection are butter soft but still very durable, in other words, perfect for children’s clothes.
You, my friends, are in luck because Frances has offered to giveaway 1.5 meters of each colorway of the new nani IRO Herring Bone Painting knits to one person! There are 4 colors (pink, blue &yellow, gray, brown & purple) for a a total of 6 meters of fabric! That’s over 6 1/2 yards, for all of the Americans out there 😉 Amazing, right?
a Rafflecopter giveaway
Use the Rafflecopter widget above to enter by Tuesday, October 22. This giveaway is open to international entries, void where prohibited by law. Winner will receive 1.5 meters of each of the 4 colorways of the nani IRO Herringbone Painting knits. Comments on this post are wonderful, but only the Rafflecopter entries will count for this contest.
Even if you don’t win, you can still get amazing fabric from Frances’ shop. All KCW readers can use the code KCW10 for 10% off their order from Miss Matatabi for the duration of Kids Clothes Week (Oct 21-28, 2013). Good luck!