Wednesday, 8 December 2010

Tuesday, 23 November 2010

Dear Readers,


My newest scrunchie here!




But! Happily , this has been already sold out!

I was soooo happy and soooo honoured to send this one to my repeat-customer!

Ms. K.N, thank you so much!



-Natsu

Wednesday, 17 November 2010

I was featured and listed !

it is slightly too delayed but I was featured treasures listing, "I left my heart in tokyo", of which URL : http://www.etsy.com/treasury_list.php?room_id=115382 in Etsy.


Also I found her blog here and let me quote it .


http://www.snapadream.com/2010/02/i-left-my-heart-in-tokyo-treasury.html




I was so happy to be listed.

Let me thank "snapdream" once again.


-Natsu

Monday, 15 November 2010

Dear Readers,
It is slightly too long time no see since I posted at latest.

I made three more Kimono scruchie since then and I am making another two.
I will update my shop soon.
This is my latest sales.
The original fabric is for "swatow" stitching.
This part , which was used for my scrunchie , has no stitching though.
Gorgeous grey , black and gold conbination.
Ethnical patterns are very beatiful.
-Natsu

Wednesday, 8 September 2010

logs

I obtained some new fabrics.
I made one scruchie from silk and updated my shop.
Now I am working on the cotton ones.










I hope you will love them too.




-Natsu

Monday, 31 May 2010

Sarashi, bleached cotton

Japanese likes cotton.
Bleached cotton is one of the most popular and the most historical fabric we been loved, I think.

We make many things from bleached cotton, SARASHI, we called.
I am making a small cotton sheets from SARASHI, stitching "SASHIKO" decorative threads.Very adoreble.


-Natsu

Wednesday, 12 May 2010

I am working! yes, working!!

I made some new scrunchies and a Kimono pouch bag and... after some silence, yes.

I have been busy to re-make my Kimonos.
I got new ones - actully they are not brandnew but second-hands from my grand aunt and from my neighbours...- as I have very big hips, I have to re-make the width of the Kimono as usually.

I left some of them until next winter.
I recently wear Yukata , the most casual Kimono, but it looks slightly too shabby anyhow,, and sometime I give up Kimono.






Natsu