It’s no secret that Miss Matatabi is one of my favorite online sources for fabric, especially Japanese fabrics like Nani Iro. Frances always has an amazing selection of high quality fabrics and she’s a total sweetheart on top of all that. So I am really excited to announce that I get to be one of the regular contributors on her site, sewing up a new project every month with some fabulous fabric from her shop, along with 3 suuuper awesome ladies!
We’re the Miss Matatabi Makers and you can read all about us here.
My first project as an official MM Maker is up on the blog now!
I made a big bow Washi Dress in some gorgeous voile AND it has a secret modification to make it nursing-friendly! Head over to Miss Matatabi for the full post with all the details and how I nearly ruined the whole dress with an accidental serger slice!
And while you’re over there, be sure to check out the other recent posts from Leslie, Angela, and An. So much fun inspiration and gorgeous fabric!
Happy Monday 🙂
I love your dress! So elegant. The Washi is wonderful in quilting cotton but in voile it is even better! I just made an Archer shirt with the same fabric in grey and totally fell in love with it. I ordered some in black, too – can´t wait for it to get here!
(And I love your haircut!)
Thank you so much, Cherie! I love this dress so much and think your invisible zipper skills are rad. 🙂
Exciting–congratulations!! I’d love to make a Washi like this. I’ll just add it to the ever-growing list
Oh, Cherie- I love this dress! The fabric is beautiful and you look amazing in it!