Oh so in love with these three new Nani Iro brushed cotton fabrics that came in.
If you are a Nani Iro fan you will totally die for these.
They are even prettier in person and soft as a cloud.
Brushed cotton and flannel are, if I am not mistaken, the exact same thing, but I think "brushed cotton" probably sounds a bit more high-falutin'.
(Does anyone out there know if there is a difference? I've always heard that you make flannel by "brushing" the fibers in the cotton.)
I wish I had bought more yardage of these three fabrics.
These would be perfect for a cozy and heart-breakingly lovely simple quilt or even a super luxe nightgown, but it's officially wintertime in Maine and I would love to make myself a Tova top from one of them.
I would be so warm and comfy and fashionable.
I even have the pattern and everything... hmmm...
I don't think these brushed cottons will be around for very long, so if you like them it would be a good idea to pounce.
Nani Iro's have a habit of disappearing quickly and then not coming back in stock again for a loooong time.
The Brigadoon of fabrics.