quarta-feira, 10 de setembro de 2014


This week my kids and I are traveling to the other side of the world to visit my good friend Shino from the Japanese blog Nutta and be part of her first series: Sew Japanese.
Today I will be sharing a couple of tunics from the book Girls Clothings by Akiko Mano made with a lovely Japanese linen I bought at Miss Matatabi. (If you don't know yet this etsy store, you should check it out! It has the most incredible choise of fabric and great shipping rates to Europe!)

Now don't forget to head over Nutta and read what Shino has to say about this book and its author. It is super interesting! Plus, I got to answer a couple of questions about Japanese Sewing Books myself... Plus, we will be in great company as Teri from Climbing the Window will also be sharing a lovely piece of clothing!
And feel free to come back on Friday as our journey is Japan will continue!

10 comentários:

  1. Adoro! As tunicas ficam-lhes lindamente... o tecido é um maximo!

  2. I love the tunics, especially in the print you chose! That pattern is on my sewing list for next summer :)

  3. Love your fabric choices (as usual)!
    The back of this tunic looks really unique - the bias trim is lovely!

  4. What a precious photo! heading over to Nutta to see more!

  5. Thank you so much for joininh this fun series! I love love love your creations and sweet photos!

  6. Nice! Your daughter always look so pretty in their twin style clothes! M