Friday, February 26, 2010

nani IRO curtain




The prints of nani IRO by Naomi Ito are always so unique and beautiful. I don't really know what to compare them too. If you are a lover of textiles it is really hard not to fall for these designs.

When in possession of such beautiful fabrics many seamstresses tend to hold onto it dreaming of all the possibilities one could make with them. I tend to choose garments most often and when I have enough yardage.

This print (Fuccra Rakuen) with it's blossoms and birds is so pretty and I thought would make a rather nice curtain. I had just enough to make 2 panels for this window which is on the stair landing on the way to the second floor. At the moment it's a nice place to stop and marvel at the foot of snow on the ground and, it's still falling.

7 comments:

kristi said...

oh!!!!!!!!!!! i love these! beautiful.

jenn said...

Nancy, these are beautiful!

melissa said...

WOW!!
oh, how i wish these were my curtains! i can imagine that they look especially nice with the snow falling outside the window.

Claudia said...

Nani Iro fabric is always so beautiful. With curtains like that, you will always feel like summer!

Liz said...

they are so pretty!

My NASA Plan said...

Where can you buy Nani Iro fabric in the US? I'm looking for a specific pattern and color way and all the websites I've found are in Australia!

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