You didn't think that piece of Liberty from last week was the only fabric I bought in Japan, did you? Perish the thought.
Here's the rest of my haul, this all from Tomato Fabric in Tokyo. First up: blue and mustard camo!
This is a really nice weight, and the blue is a little darker — not as teal as in this photo (not that teal is a bad thing).
I'm not a huge Kokka fan but this print was just irresistable:
(I've been really drawn to that mustard color lately. I love it with red, so interesting!)
Another adorable conversation print (this is a nice heavy weight):
There was also some plaid corduroy, so I bought it. Wouldn't you?
I also bought a single yard of this crazy super-narrow number fabric:
I forget who the designer is, but I saw it first made up into scarves in a department store in Japantown here in San Francisco, and loved it. But not enough to spend whatever the department store wanted, obviously. I probably should have bought two yards, because what the heck am I going to do with a yard of 22" wide fabric, I don't know. (It was still expensive even in Japan!) But I'll think of something …
Just looking at all these makes me want to jump up and start cutting things out, but it will probably be a few weeks until I have a little space clear for making these up. Suggestions welcome!