This print doesn't scream spring. It doesn't hit you over the head with spring. Instead, it gently sidles up to you and whispers spring. It washes over you with a warm breeze, promising spring. And we all love that promise!
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; and completely unique.
Double gauze is a two-layer fabric; each layer is a thin, gauzy cotton weave, and the layers are connected every inch or so. It is light, airy, and plumps up delightfully in the wash; which gives it a wonderful texture. It's perfect for skirts, dresses, shirts, and even light layering pieces. You will want to sew a zig zag stitch or serge the edges of your fabric before you sew it as unfinished edges do fray in the wash.