Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Welcome, Miss Matatabi!

This year I am happy to welcome a new sponsor store all the way from Japan!  Miss Matatabi is an Etsy shop specializing in the fabrics of her homeland, with enticing offerings from famous designers like Nani Iro, Suzuko Koseki and Yuwa, as well as a collection of unique Japanese Fabrics handpicked for modern sewists.

Here are some of my favorites!

Koseki fabrics at Miss Matatabi
Wonderful Scrap, Circle and Square, Lattice, French Ribbon Text

Suzuko Koseki is the original queen of funky text prints and modern/vintage eclectic styling. 



Yuwa's Fancy Circle print showcases her sweet, but updated cottage chic charm.

Japanese Fabrics at Miss Matatabi
Kei Cranky Cats, Traditional Asa Flower, Kiyohara Alphabet, Painted Flowers


And a huge selection of miscellaneous Japanese prints sets Miss Matatabi apart from the rest.  Everything from funky/offbeat to cute to beautiful - Japanese fabrics add a special touch to your quilts and small projects.



Beyond quilting cottons, Miss Matatabi stocks linen, knit, wool, seersucker and more.  You'll find many breathtaking double gauze fabrics by Nani Iro.


I have yet to get my hands on one of her pieces, but I look forward to the day!  I imagine a super-soft baby dress, scarf or luxurious pillowcase.  Oooh, that would be nice!


Oh, and look how you can also buy quilted Nani prints in durable brushed cotton!  Seems like a convenient way to jump start a quilted bag, sewing machine cover, etc.

Miss Matatabi ships by parcel post, and postage fees are more reasonable than you would guess.  Shipping to the U.S. does take about 2 weeks, but I suspect you'll feel your unusual finds are worth the wait.  This time those of you in Australia are closer to the goods!

 ::Giveaway::

In addition to a wide range of Japanese Fabrics, Miss Matatabi stocks Cotton & Steel.  Guess she couldn't resist!  Who can blame her?  She has the new 4th season collections, including solid cotton lawns.  One lucky reader will win a fat quarter set of 11 colors.  To enter add your comment to this post now through noon on Saturday, EST.  Tell us what kind of Japanese fabrics you like most.  International entries welcome!

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And our winner is #193 - Hitch and Thread.  Lucky lady!  I'll be in touch via email.


200 comments:

  1. Miss Matatabi is an awesome store. The fabrics are great!

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  2. I'm in love with the old-style Japanese quilts in muted taupes & browns,

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  3. I love Echino! Any bag looks fab made out of Echino. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  4. Don't have any hands-on experience with Japanese fabrics, but I just fell in love with those cranky cats.

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  5. Beautiful fabrics! Loving the yellow one in the middle. I've perused her shop before but never purchased. One day...soon hopefully!

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  6. I've been a lover of Miss Matatabi for a while and adore the Nani Iro fabric she stocks, both in guaze and knit. Although, unfortunately a lack of funds at the moment means I have to imagine what it would look and feel like in real life ;-)

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  7. Lovely fabrics. I have yet to purchase any Japanese fabrics but her store is beautiful. Thanks!

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  8. I adore the large print designs of Nano Iro on double gauze. I'm a bit scared to put it to use though. I've got to get past that!

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  9. I love Japanese fabrics! Will have to head over to Miss Matatabi's shop and explore! Thanks for the intro. to a new shop!

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  10. The Nani Iro prints are always a pleasure to behold. I also love the Japanese white and blue ikat fabrics. At Miss Matatabi's the 'animal dance canvas in natural' is my speacial favorite at the moment. The lovely vintage critters would be a nice addition to the low volume-ist prints in my stash.

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  11. Welcome Miss Matatabi, thanks for the generous giveaway. I don't have much experience with Japanese fabrics yet but I look forward to getting to know them better in the future :)

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  12. Nani Iro designs, always unique.

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  13. I love the animal prints that Koka does. They just did some awesome pugs in crowns that i am trying not to buy.

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  14. I got some pieces from Miss Matatabi for Christmas from my daughter - can't wait to use them!

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  15. I love miss matatabi!! Very fast and cheaper shipping to Australia than from the US :) who wouldn't love to get their hands on some beautiful Nani Iro

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  16. My favourite are the floral prints by Nani Iro. I've some in my stash which will be going into a project shortly. Thank you for the opportunity to win.

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  17. I love Nani Iro double gauze and I have 3 one-yard cuts waiting for just the right project.
    Raverne at Comcast dot net

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  18. Soo love these gorgeous prints! I love Japanese fabrics and I have a small bin of Japanese prints that I'm 'saving'... My favourites are the linens for sure! I have some gorgeous Japanese fabrics that our Japanese Homestay girls sent me as a gift as well! Crossing my fingers for this giveaway!

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  19. I haven't had much experience with Japanese fabrics, but I will definetly check out this new sponsor. I would love to get my hands on thr Fancy Circle pieces .

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  20. I just went exploring. That was dangerous for one on a budget! Anything I saw from her site was fabulous! Thanks for the chance.

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  21. I don't think I've met a Japanese fabric I don't like!

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  22. I never really looked at Japanese fabrics before. I think I've fallen in love! Thanks for introducing me.

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  23. I like the Japanese prints with the fun images, like the cats. What a generous giveaway. Thank you.

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  24. Yes, this is an awesome store. And i found the shipping cost/time to be very reasonable (to Canada). I love the Nani Iro. And cotton and steel is always a winner.Great giveaway.

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  25. I love funky Japanese text prints! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  26. I love the funky prints! Thanks so much for the chance!

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  27. I love the vintage remakes-kitchen, sewing etc. The animals are absolutely charming & the flowers sublime! Susan Riley

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  28. Thanks for the giveaway! I have been wanting to try quilting with cotton lawn!!

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  29. All the fabrics featured are gorgeous! I have not purchased any Japanese fabrics yet. Thanks for the opportunity to enter the giveaway. (Shirparks@gmail.com)

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  30. What a fantastic giveaway opportunity for us all. They all look very interesting and would love to be able to work with some of them.
    lv2bquilting2@comcast.net

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  31. What a fantastic giveaway opportunity for us all. They all look very interesting and would love to be able to work with some of them.
    lv2bquilting2@comcast.net

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  32. I love Japanese fabrics! Kokka, Echino, Suzuko Koseki, all so beautiful. Thanks for the chance to win! shopgirl7232 at yahoo dot com

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  33. I like some novelty ones, although I don't have much in my stash. Thanks for the chance!

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  34. I like some novelty ones, although I don't have much in my stash. Thanks for the chance!

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  35. Welcome, Miss Matatabi!
    (Love the fabrics!!)
    The ones that particularly catch my eye right now are the Nani Iro fabrics!
    (Yummy!!)
    Pat T.

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  36. Wonderful to see this new store! Love the interesting fabric selection. My favorites are always the sweet florals, but I'm always fascinated by some of the fabrics with different textures too.:)

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  37. I love Miss Matatabi. What a great giveaway. Thanks, Rachel and Frances!

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  38. Welcome to Miss Matatabi! I'm really partial to the sp!battery double gauzes, and I think I should start collecting half yards for a queen quilt!

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  39. Welcome to Miss Matatabi! I'm really partial to the sp!battery double gauzes, and I think I should start collecting half yards for a queen quilt!

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  40. I love any kind of Japanese indigo, but I would love to add some novelty to my stash!

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  41. I've ordered some fabric from miss matatabi, the linens are great.

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  42. Such a generous give away. I have to confess that we have lost all our fabric stores to online competition so I feel compelled to only support stores that also have a brick and mortar store. Seems only fair if we want to continue to have brick and mortar.... So count me out.

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  43. I hoard my Japanese fabrics. I love their linens and the funky prints.

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  44. I love Nani Iro double gauze. Thank you for this giveaway, Rachel! Welcome Miss Matatabi!

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  45. Beautiful fabrics, I love the watercolor double gauze fabrics!

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  46. This is a really nice shop, I've poked around it several times. I'd love to win some cotton and steel fabric. I've been on a fabric diet, I'm trying to use my stash fabrics. Happy New Year.

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  47. Beautiful fabrics, I love the watercolor double gauze fabrics!

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  48. I liked the eyeglasses print, the sewing print and the boston terrier print. Thanks for the great giveaway! vickise at gmail dot com

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  49. The watercolor prints from Nani Iro are so pretty, also love the quilted brushed cotton.

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  50. I've never used or looked at Japanese fabrics, but I can see why they are appealing! Those cats are too funny! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  51. I love Nani Iro and have made quite a few dresses from her double-gauze - so super soft and fabulous designs. Cheers, Mel melanie99@gmail.com

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  52. Rachel - I'd say Yuwa but truly, it is hard to choose!

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  53. Those Nani Iro prints are beautiful.

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  54. what a great shop! I love a lot of the quirky little cotton prints

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  55. I adore hand quilting nano iro double gauze - sooo soft!
    What a beautiful shop!

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  56. I love Suzuko Koseki's prints!

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  57. I don't know much about the Japanese fabrics. The prequilted fabric looks very interesting

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  58. Welcome to your new sponsor. Love these fabrics. I really like the novelty prints for little granddaughters skirts and dresses.

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  59. My favorite Japanese fabrics are those with modern floral designs in bright colors!

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  60. Anything funky/offbeat is exactly my style :)

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  61. Kosekisan de kigi ga suki desu ne. (Sorry couldn't help myself! Translated: I like the fabric of Koseki-san.)

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  62. I am very fond of the sweet designs combined with whimsical sayings of Suzuko Koseki.

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  63. The fabric is beautiful! Love Love Love it!

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  64. I love all sorts of Japanese fabrics, but must say the prequilted fabrics are the handiest. They make the best linings for bags and pouches, not to mention table topper and quilt backings, and the selection here is out of this world!

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  65. The pre quilted fabric is really interesting. jarvenpa1ne at gmail dot com

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  66. So wonderful you found Miss Matatabi and she found you.
    This is wonderful, goodness and wow!
    all of these samples here are beautiful. I love cats and flowers
    and color, and stripes. cool patterns.
    I know you will create some exciting brilliant magic, and share it and inspire.... me
    Love always

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  67. I always fall in love with the bright florals and dreamy abstract prints!

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  68. I lived in Japan for awhile growing up, and my mother would take me to the fabric stores. I loved the bolts of sale fabric on the sidewalk, particularly the thicker weight cottons, dark blue with little kimono-clad girls on them. But my absolute favorites were/are the kimono silks, the kind that were so expensive you didn't dare touch. The color combinations, the flowers! :) sarah@forrussia.org

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  69. I like the silk kimono fabric that come 14 inches wide and on a roll. I collect them since they are no longer being made. As a former weaver, I am trying to preserve a former tradition. Thank you.

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  70. Love her shop! There are some very cute prints.
    Dmac5958ataoldotcom

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  71. The quilts fabrics would make lovely vests or jackets.

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  72. Miss Matatabi is a beautiful shop. I love Japanese fabrics, from traditional designs to the more modern ones you featured today.

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  73. I hope you get your hands on some soon! I've had some of those Japanese knit fabrics in my Etsy shopping cart forever. I'm also intrigued by the prequilted Nani iro

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  74. Japanese photorealistic prints are best!

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  76. I love Miss Matatabi! Wonderful selection of Japanese fabrics! Thanks
    for the chance to win! wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  77. I love Miss Matatabi! Wonderful selection of Japanese fabrics! Thanks
    for the chance to win! wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  78. The Nani Iro floral prints are gorgeous! Any of the geometric sashiko-like prints are great too.

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  79. I would love to try some Nani Iro double gauze! (rmariepp (at) gmail (dot) com)

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  80. I like the quirky prints and the text fabrics. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  81. I can't resist a chance to win some Nani Iro! I love all of the bold canvas prints that are available.

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  82. The cranky cats are adorable! I love the unusual prints that you don't find here! Thank you for the chance!

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  83. I love Nani Iro fabrics. I bought a couple this summer while in NYC and have yet to talk myself into cutting them. They are just so beautiful.

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  84. I am not familiar with Japanese prints so I look forward to learning more about them on your blog and checking out your new sponsor. Karen
    kthurn(at)bektel(dot)com

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  85. I like those Japanese fabrics with traditional prints (like Sashiko or the pretty florals).

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  86. I would love to try sewing double gauze. There are several fabrics I've had my eye on!

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  87. Prints like Cranky cats by Kei Fabric are what I prefer.
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  88. I have some of the brushed cottons by Nani Iro, and they are beautiful, as well as unbelievably soft. Very classy fabrics!

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  89. I really like the Echino fabrics.

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  90. I like the quirky animals found on some Japanese prints. Such a lot of great fabric to look at in the Miss Matatabi store

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  91. I really love graphic stuff and the "cartoon" animals that looks like they're painted directly on the fabric.

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  92. I am totally in love with Nani Iro. Such beautiful colours and patterns in these fabrics.

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  93. I love Japanese linen blend fabric and double gauze, in many different prints.

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  94. I'd have to say the Lei cranky cats are my favorite! Cool website!

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  95. I'd have to say the Lei cranky cats are my favorite! Cool website!

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  96. I love the Nano Iro, made a Top for my daughter once and would love to make another.

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  97. I have no experience with Japanese fabrics but I've seen lots of cute, quirky prints -- perfect for adding fun surprises to a scrappy quilt.

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  98. I love this shop it's so great to look at all the beautiful fabrics!
    My favorite japanese fabrics are Lecien and mostly Atsuko Matsuyama's prints (the bambis, strawberries and flowers love them and use them a lot!).

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  99. I look forward to seeing what you will make with japanese fabric! I love Nani Iro, it's just so... different and delicate!

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  100. I love indigo japanese fabrics and I have a lot of taupe tones (I don't feel like using anymore ...) in my stash. But at the moment I'm tempted to use novelties or Suzuko Koseki text prints. Thanks a lot for the giveaway !

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  101. Thank you for this lovely giveaway. Congrats with your newest sponser. Isn't this shop beautiful?! Really, I could buy it all. I really like double gauze and my favorite designer would be Nani Iro. Her fabric are pieces of art and make great clothing as well as quilts.

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  102. I love Japanese fabrics with tiny cute little animals. The Japanese know how to do cute just right! Pushpin is one of my favorites...those prints always get me (probably because I'm still a kid at heart), but I appreciate Nani Iro, Echino, Leicin, etc. Huge fan of Japanese fabric!!!!

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  103. I like all of her lovely fabric but my favorite is Seersucker - Penguins - charcoal black. It was really hard to choose just one.
    Nancy
    gandn74@ymail.com

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  104. I have never worked with Japanese fabrics so I can't pick a favorite. Looking forward to adding some to my stash.

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  105. I have long been a fan of Japanese fabrics and these are no exception! So hard to choose a favorite but I am hoping to try working with double gauze. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  106. I love the kawaii fabrics (is that the right word?) - all the fairytale characters and sandwiches with faces, etc.

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  107. I love the pictoral scenes and the kawaii ones.

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  108. I love this shop! I just ordered some Nani Iro double gauze from her to make a fluffy lap blanket. Her selection of Nani Iro is the best I've seen!

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  109. I love any of the kawaii fabrics. So do both of my 20-something daughters.

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  110. I love the cute and quirky Japanese prints!

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  111. The prints are my favorite - esp. cranky cats.

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  112. Nani Iro Spectacle canvas and SOUND CIRCLE double gauze are awesome!

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  113. I love the Fancy Circles fabric, so pretty!

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  114. I am in love with double gauze prints. Japanese fabrics have my heart.

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  115. Basically anything with a tiny cat. I live them! I have piece of voile with tiny cats and tiny strawberries that is possibly the greatest fabric ever !

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  116. I like prints with text and florals.

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  117. I have only gotten to work with it a little bit, but I absolutely love double gauze! I am hoping to make myself a dress or something with some very soon :)

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  118. I love the Japanese prints. I have worked a little with Echino and Kokka. Their prints are so beautiful that it is hard to cut them!!!

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  119. I love nubby, texterized Japanese fabrics! They're fun to touch!

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  120. I love the text prints I find in Miss Matatabi's shop. And the sweet floral and fruit prints.

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  121. I love them all really. If I had to choose one though, it may be....anything Yuwa. IDK though this is hard... :) Thanks.

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  122. I have quite the collection of Japanese cat fabric and I love it! REally I love all Japanese fabrics ~ some are amusing and most are lovely, like the Fancy Circle prints.
    Thanks so much for the giveaway ~ very generous!

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  123. I really don't have personal experience with any, but like what I have seen! Thanks

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  124. Lately I have been planning and plotting a top using double gauze - I often scroll over to Miss matatabi to eye all the options :)

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  125. For quilting I love the little critters and bundles of cuteness, Kawaii I believe this style is called? I also adore for clothing the beautiful Nani Iro which has non traditional patterns shifting across the width of the fabric. Beyond beautiful! Thank you for sharing this lovely and amazing prize! Would be over the moon super duper thrilled to win! Fingers crossed!

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  126. My husband grew up in Japan as the son of a missionary. He loves all things Japanese. I love the Japanese fabrics particularly the text prints.

    sdehnke@hotmail.com

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  127. I have a piece of Nani Iro fabric that I've been embroidering for some time. It's lovely fabric and a joy to work with. Eventually, when completed I'll add it to some mint double gauze and make it into a comfy quilt.

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  128. I was looking at this shop last week,beautiful prints,I really love the nani lro poppy trip,so pretty.rhona45@hot mail.com.

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  129. When I lived in Abu Dhabi we had a fabric store which only carried Japanese fabric, it was heaven. The colours, the fabric designs, the actual feel of the fabric I loved to just spend time looking and touching the fabric. Quilting with the fabric was a joy.

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  130. A pillowcase! What a brilliant idea for double gauze. As for my favorite, I am torn between the lovely florals and the adorable novelty prints.

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  131. I love all their fabric designs that don't look American. The Japanese have such great fabric. Thank you for the chance. sewfabrics@outlook.com

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  132. I love miss matatabu! I have purchased some HTF Japanese fabric for very reasonable prices!

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  133. The Nani floral prints are all so lovely and beg to be petted :)
    Thank you both!

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  134. I have just made my first purchase of Nani Iro- cannot wait to cut into it!
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  135. I love those fabrics-esp the dot one!

    lesley209 at gmail dot com

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  136. I have not had the opportunity to use Japanese fabrics, but I really do love the traditional floral prints. The cherry blossom prints are lovely and I think the fabric would be great for low crotch harem pants. Upon browsing Miss Matatabi's Etsy listings, I really fell in love with the Nani Iro Kokka Fuccra : rakuen Japanese Fabric.

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  137. I'm especially fond of textured dobby fabrics, and any kind of crazy animal prints-- the cats are great!

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  138. I've been wanting to try the double gauze ever since I learned about it. Looking for double gauze was how I first found Miss Matatabi on Etsy. I've been working on improving my sewing skills so I won't be frightened of messing it up!

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  139. I just love her shop! Everything from the cute animals to the beautiful floral prints. I would love some double gauze.

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  140. Wow, these fabrics are gorgeous. Thanks for the chance at the giveaway.

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  141. Beautiful fabrics! I love the Cranky Cats. That would be fun pillowcases!

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  142. I don't have a favorite but Wonderful Scrap looks like a lot of fun!

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  143. Gorgeous fabris and a brilliant shop. She saved my sons birthday selling the urgently needed fabric.

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  144. Japanese fabrics are beautiful! I like small prints the best. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  145. I have bought from Miss Matabi many times, her Japanese fabrics are so good! I especially like the unique cat prints.

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  146. I love Nani Iro fabrics as well as Echino :) :)

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  147. The more I looked around on the site, the more I fell in love with her fabrics. A few that really stuck out were the tradition print stripes in a cotton crepe, sewing notions C, and a very cute cheater print called Repro Patch. Beautiful.

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  148. Love Nani Iro! thanks for the chance!

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  149. Have never used any Japanese fabric lines...but they are Awesome!! Love the quilted Nani prints...and the Fany circle pint! Thanks for chance to win your give-a-way!

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  150. I like the Japanese Fabric Nani Iro Mountain Views double gauze - suzumi - 50cm. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  151. I've never used Japanese fabrics, but the Kei Cranky Cats is definitely tempting me to sample.

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  152. I have a small amount of Japanese fabrics, I love the small quirky novelty prints. Cute animals and the text prints are hard to resist.

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  153. The Nani Iro double gauze fabrics are lovely!

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  154. Beautiful fabrics! Fancy Circles are lovely. What a great new sponsor.
    Karen

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  155. I love all of the little animal prints and the cranky cats are hilarious! Great new sponsor shop!

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  156. I've never really properly become acquainted with Japanese fabrics - yet after looking at Miss Matabi's store I easily found several I'd love to add to my stash! The colors look exquisite.

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  157. I have got to go to that shop and find the cranky cat fabric. I love it. So much variety.

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  158. Thanks for the giveaway! This shop is so overwhelmingly interesting!!

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  159. My favorite are the quirky animal novelty prints. Grocery shopping, riding bikes, whatever the animals are doing, I love it.

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  160. I got to pet someone else's nano iro. It was divine!

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  161. Nano Iro double gauze ........ Audible sigh.

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  162. I just took a look at Miss Matatabi's on line shop. Everything is delicious. I love the Nani Iro and the Kokka trefle-d triangle double gauze .
    They are all so beautiful

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  163. I've only ever window shopped there... But a girl can have very lovely dreams with all the pretty prints she stocks! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  164. I have just a few of Japanese fabrics. I love the cherry blossoms prints.

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  165. Trying to say which Japanese fabrics I like is really difficult- I love them all. Those Cranky Cats you showed really look good!

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  166. Anything from Yuwa as their fabrics always have great fussy cutting potential x

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  167. I love the Nani Iro fabrics - so beautiful! Thanks for a chance to win.

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  168. Two words: double gauze! :D
    I have already ordered from Miss Matatabi and it's always like receiving an exciting present when the parcel arrives. Actually, there's one making its way from Japan to me right now. ;)

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  169. I only have a couple of Japanese fat quarters, so I'm no expert on the subject. I do like the text prints that are made there though

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  170. I've used a lot of Japanese traditional woven fabrics which have a hand painted look to them and I love them....but I do have to say that I love the first set of fabrics in your post and I'm going to have to check out the etsy shop.

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  171. I love the Japanese Kokka Nordic Bears from your new sponsor, thanks!

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  172. I love the whimsy of Japanese prints but most of all I COVET the Nani Iro double gauze fabrics. One day I will find the right project to use and will splurge with some of that for the back.

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  173. I have some vintage 'zabuton' fabric. Still waiting for the perfect project to use them, the modern prints at very exciting.

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  174. Echino is wonderful. Thanks for this giveaway.

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  175. I would love to have a chance of working with Nani Iro fabric...

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  176. How can I possibly choose? They all look good. Thanks for allowing international entries.

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  177. Difficult choice but I love the animal prints also saving up for some double gauze !

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  178. These fabrics would definitely get me out of my box! Super fun!

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  179. How awesome to have such a wonderfull sponsor. Wishing you many happy colaberations together.

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  180. I love Japan and Japanese fabrics...echino is really special, but I love the quirky kawaii fabrics too.

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  181. I didn't know Japanese fabrics earlier, but I think that they are beautifull and so different from Western fabrics. Polar bears are so cute:).

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  182. Oh wow, sweet. Love the "Fancy Circles" design. Thanks and God bless! ILuvTheEucharist (at) aol.com

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  183. I have been wanting to try some Japanese prints, but haven't ordered any yet. I love all the pretty floral designs and the funky designs that you can't find anywhere else. They are always really fun!

    debbygrawn at yahoo dot com

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  184. Congratulations on the new sponsor. She has a great store.
    I love the prints with polar bears. Double gauze is my favorite.

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  185. The Nani Iro double gauze is my favourite. Still kicking myself for not getting one of my favourite prints. I love the wide variety of prints/types of fabrics available now.

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  186. I'm not familiar with many Japanese prints, but I'd love an introduction!

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  187. I'm not familiar with many Japanese prints, but I'd love an introduction!

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  188. I love Miss Matatabi! Nani IRO is my favorite; I just love the prints and the quality of the fabric too.

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  189. What a generous offer ! I love the Nani Iro double gauze - something to drool over...thanks for the chance to win.

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  190. I love Lecien and Yuwa fabrics
    Ksmith8@emich.edu

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  191. I love the ones that make me smile or laugh out loud - and that's a lot

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