Posts tagged ‘kayo horaguchi’

Spring Quilt Market 2012: Seven Islands

Seven Islands, the wonderful folks who distribute Kokka, Nani Iro, Kiyohara, and Echino, is a perennial oasis at Quilt Market. I find that very few sewing and quilting enthusiasts can refute the quasi-magical properties of Japanese fabric companies. The major barrier is price but really, the golden ratio between quality, color and design makes it [...]

Fall Quilt Market 2011: Kiyohara – Kayo Horaguchi

Kiyohara also presented a new collection by Kayo Horaguchi. The sewing patterns used for these samples are from two Japanese brands, M and K:   Related posts: Spring Quilt Market 2010 – Kiyohara Fall Quilt Market 2011: Kiyohara – Bon Poche by marini*monteany Fall Quilt Market 2011: Kiyohara – Puti de Pome Fall Quilt Market [...]

Spring Quilt Market 2010 – Kiyohara

Compared to Kokka and Lecien, Kiyohara fabrics are a bit more expensive and harder to find in the U.S. Their ongoing collections include Ecrulat (a sweet, rustic linen/cotton for apparel and accessory sewing — above) and Puti de Pome (a supersweet children’s collection). The Puti de Pome dog in a tropical themed bandana print. New [...]