Just In: Nani Iro, Anna Maria Horner, and So Much More!

by Cameron

We have a beautiful, bountiful Just In post for you today - so let's hop to it!

First up, we have three plus full cabinets of Nani Iro! I'm so enchanted. It's hard not to stop and stare each time I walk by.

Nani Iro double gauze yellows, greens, and blues.

Nani Iro double gauze yellows, greens, and blues.

Nani Iro pinks, greys, and lots of dots.

Nani Iro pinks, greys, and lots of dots.

Nani Iro double gauze darks and more dots - sigh...

Nani Iro double gauze darks and more dots - sigh...

Our Japanese fabrics selection goes beyond Nani Iro - we're no one trick pony. We have wonderful prints on lightweight shirtings to canvas.

Top to bottom - beautiful printed chambray, lightweight cotton prints from 3 Mins., and two cotton/linen blends from Nani Iro.

Top to bottom - beautiful printed chambray, lightweight cotton prints from 3 Mins., and two cotton/linen blends from Nani Iro.

More shirtings from 3 Mins. (top and bottom), inky blue on cotton, and triangles on a lightweight cotton/linen blend.

More shirtings from 3 Mins. (top and bottom), inky blue on cotton, and triangles on a lightweight cotton/linen blend.

Canvas! Otomi print, forest animals after dark, and green on white circles.

Canvas! Otomi print, forest animals after dark, and green on white circles.

Cotton/linen canvases. The print on the right has subtle knitting overtones - yarn in bowls.

Cotton/linen canvases. The print on the right has subtle knitting overtones - yarn in bowls.

Dreamy, dreamy barkclothes. These would be great for home dec and apparel.

Dreamy, dreamy barkclothes. These would be great for home dec and apparel.

Below we have some yarn-dyed shirtings that are ideal for hot weather sewing - except the flannel on the far left...

Box plaid flannel, yarn-dyed shirtings, and rusty cotton/linen blend

Box plaid flannel, yarn-dyed shirtings, and rusty cotton/linen blend

We got our first batch of Anna Maria Horner's Floral Retrospective. These are all quilting weight cottons. I've been so enjoying the roses and poppies popping up all over the city this summer, so it's hard to resist these beauties.

More floral beauties on quilting weight cotton from Shannon Newlin

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Mustards and blues on quilting weight cottons. These would make great cloth napkins that coordinate color wise, but with a fun print for everyone gathered around the table.

Finally two summery Amy Butler prints on quilting weight cotton.

None of these are online yet, but they're all just a quick phone call away!