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AJISAI (Hydrangea) Blue

(1 customer review)

¥2,450

A striking, hand painted image is seen on this cotton fabric by boutique Japanese designer, Otsuki Yumi.

Sold in 50cm, for continuous yardage select multiple quantities.

AJISAI (Hydrangea):
“The hydrangea that is opening up to the rain” – Otsuki Yumi

Perfect for clothing, accessories, baby wear and soft furnishings.

 

8 in stock

SKU: OY-AJI-CO-BL Categories: , , Tag:

Description

Striking, painterly fabric by indie Japanese designer, Otsuki Yumi.

AJISAI (Hydrangea):
“The hydrangea that is opening up to the rain” – Otsuki Yumi

Designer Otsuki Yumi has her atelier in Tokyo, where she also lives with her husband and children. She values the lines and rhythm found when creating something by hand and begins her design process here with every print. Yumi hand paints the designs and then digitally prints them onto her fabric. The patterns found in her designs are inspired by what she sees in her day to day life.

The depth of tones in this hand painted image portrays the light and shadow amongst the petals and water that shimmers on the top of them.
This midweight cotton is perfect for clothing, accessories, baby wear and soft furnishings.

Sold in 50cm, for continuous yardage select multiple quantities.

FABRIC:
100% cotton (40 broadcloth)
Designed, printed and made in Japan

MEASUREMENTS:
50cm x 108cm wide : 19″ x 42″ wide

Additional information

Weight 108 g
Color

Blue, white

Fabric

40 Broadcloth, Light weight cotton

Length

1 meter, 50cm

1 review for AJISAI (Hydrangea) Blue

  1. Mikaela

    What a lovely design, I can imagine using this to make a wonderful full skirt.

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