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The Fabric

The ‘Paint‘ print by Mannine is the newest fabric in store at Indy Bindy! The latest characters from the ‘Lesson’ series, brought to life by designer Manri Kishimoto, feature atop a classic navy background and beautiful bright spoltches of paint!

The beauty of Mannine designs is that they are all hand drawn prior to digital printing and each of the characters has an intricate backstory!

Robaudo the male donkey is dressed in both a green and yellow Mannine farbic coat and is very sporty. He plans to release a book on his particular athletic training methods. However, over winter he is enrolled in a short course in art. He dreams of becoming like Picasso.

This is Cody, the second of the three Borzoi brothers. If you look closely you can find Rocky, in the blue knit jumper with yellow trim. He is the oldest of the three Borzoi brothers and is responsbile for their styling, he loves to coordinate their looks whenever they go visiting. He has also recently switched to a gluten-free diet.

So fun right?!

   

Now onto that hat!!

Have you seen it yet?! The Serpentine Hat pattern by Elbe Textiles is perfect for this print as the wide brim allows the design to shine. Kylie lined it in the perfect complementing mustard to make it pop even more. It is just the hat to add some fun into your day.

If you don’t know of Kylie from Kylie and the Machine already, she has the best me-made sewing labels available for purchase.

She has generously contributed SIX packs of them to the giveaway I’m currently running on Instagram. The lovely Lauren from Elbe Textiles has also contributed the Serpetine Hat pattern as well as the Juki Backpack pattern. There is also fabric up for grabs! So if you haven’t entered yet, pop over to my Instagram and be sure to throw your hat in the ring!

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