Tuesday, 25 September 2012

Rinzu Fabric


Also, I added a new scrunchy.
This kimono fabric is called Rinzu (綸子). Pattern woven fabric.

We can see Rinzu fabric today but old Rinzu has much more variety of patterns.
I think the most popular woven pattern for Rinzu is Saya-gata. And old ones , for example, landscapes, flowers, crowds, and many more patterns or sometimes mixed of those all patterns in one bolt. It is really fun to see them.

Not only gorgeous patterns woven, many old Rinzu fabric has drawings or dye-works on it (not only solid coloured).






You can enjoy those Japanese gorgeous crafts in such a tiny fabric of scrunchies!
Why don't you visit my shop and try it?
I am accepting a custom order too.
Let me know if you have any questions ;-)


-Natsu




Monday, 24 September 2012

She sells seashells on the sea shore!


My new scrunchie.

The dark green fabric is layered fabric, which is two pieces of thin indian cotton layered. A kind of batik I think. A starfish or star shells dyed on the fabric, stitched around the starfish by natural color thick thread.
I coordinate gently green with it. 
This scrunhie reminds me a memories of summer beach with my little brother and my parents. As I lived a town near to Tokyo, "sea" and "beach" was always very special place for me.
I expected post this new scrunchy in early summer, though , I hassled other "trinket " households and I list this item now.It is a kind of memoir of this summer. Hope you will find your own beautiful summer memories in this scrunchy. (Or, I hope this scrunchie will tie your bunch of summer photgraphs :-)
Visit my shop and see more lovely Kimono scrunchies!!



-Natsu

Sunday, 9 September 2012

New comers to my desk!


I've just welcomed new comers to my craft desk.
Glue and pin of staplers.

lovely!

-Natsu

Monday, 3 September 2012

Plum Hair Clips -Custom made and reserved items-

I made plum hair clips for custom made order and packed them all.




I always enjoy to work for custom made orders.


-Natsu