My sister has access to the prettiest Japanese fabric, since she lives in Japan. It’s just a little bit different than I see for sale here in the US. Aren’t these cranes beautiful? The background reminds me of Gustav Klimt and seems like something he would have painted.
Click here to go to her etsy store!
We’ve been sick here (again!) so no real news to report.
My sister added this pretty mommy-and-me eco bag set to her etsy shop. Is matchy-matchy too precious or just adorable? I’m leaning toward adorable.
Sheesh, my own sister doesn’t tell me she’s put up new things in her etsy shop! Here’s a pretty horse eco bag, go check out her shop! She’s found some fabric with different branches of the armed services to use, too–is that from Japan? Imagine buying Japanese fabric that celebrates our own US armed services!
My sister has listed more eco bags in her etsy shop. Isn’t this fabric beautiful?
She lives in Japan and so of course can pick from the prettiest Japanese fabrics to make her bags.
My sister added a pretty new shopping bag to her etsy shop. Honestly, I don’t know how she can sell these for $6. The picture’s not quite right (my fault), but at least you can see the fabric!
Me, I’m working on embroidering pillowcases. Did I say I found even more, and now have 6 waiting to be embroidered? I started one of the rose cross stitch, and then found a poppy one that uses embroidery, which I like a lot better. But I’ll finish the rose one first, before starting it. Plenty of time to do all of them, right?
My sister has opened an etsy shop! If you want an eco shopping bag in the latest Japanese fabric, look no further! My sister lives in Tokyo loves to make bags, so she’s decided to share her creations with the world. There’s only a couple listed now, but keep checking back as she will be adding more as the days go on!