This print is subtle and quiet, but full of charm, printed on a nice midweight canvas.
Nani IRO is well known in Japan and around the world for creating stunning abstract designs on cotton and cotton/linen blend substrates. Easily my favourite designer, I'm continually delighted by the expression of joy in the swooping lines, marks, and colourful overlays. Garments made form this fabric are striking and delightful.
This linen canvas is the perfect weight for a variety of garments; it's heavy enough for pants and blazers, but still lightweight enough that you could make a shirt out of it.
This fabric has printing flaws with small white dots scattered throughout. While the manufacturer does not consider this a flaw, we felt that it's noticeable enough to warrant a discount. The fabric has been marked down accordingly.