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Inspiration

Sometimes we just need a little inspiration. Below are some examples of what can be done with Japanese textiles.

Accessories

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Brooches - buy a brooch kit from a craft store and cover it with some kimono silk. These brooches were made by Barbara Mellor, a fabric artist from St Helens, Tasmania.

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Handbags - create your very own original handbag. This handbag was made by Barbara Mellor, a fabric artist from St Helens, Tasmania.

Clothing

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Dressing gown - go traditional with a Japanese yukata as a dressing gown or use a vintage kimono as a lovely alternative.

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Haori jacket - wear a colourful haori jacket as part of an evening outfit.

Homewares

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Table runners - use an obi, no sewing skills required.

 

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Bed runner - add a border to an obi and drape over the edge of your bed.

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Patchwork - this quilt was made entirely from Japan Made cotton fabrics by Sally Conn, a quilter from the Central Coast of NSW.

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Cushion covers - these cushions were made by Barbara Mellor, a fabric artist from St Helens, Tasmania.


 

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