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With a nod to traditional Japanese prints, Moda's new fabric line, Nuno is great for the shapes and lines of our patterns!

Amy chatted with the designer, Debbie Maddy in Moda's booth at QuiltCon in Nashville. Moda featured Indygo Junction apparel and FabriFlair® prominently in their booth.  Don't you love this sashiko print that Amy is wearing? It looks like it's actually stitched!

We made an Easy Top & Tunic in the shorter length out of this dark blue print.  Cute with jeans!


The Modern Medley Top & Tunic is a great choice when you want to feature several prints!  Mix prints or use all one fabric to make this jacket your own!



The Mandarin Vest is a natural choice for these Asian inspired prints! 



We made several small bags using Nuno. For the Origami Pouch, we chose two of the blue prints.



The Petite Stitched Bag was lightly quilted following the printed design. It is gorgeous!



Next we made a variety of Fabriflair® using Nuno including the Faceted Spheres & Bowl and the Navette Needlecase Kit. The needlecase is the perfect size for a few key notions!




To see more views and details on the patterns featured, follow these links!

Shift Dress (on Amy)

Easy Top & Tunic

Modern Medley Top & Tunic

Mandarin Vest

Petite Stitched Purse

Faceted Spheres & Bowl

Navette Needlecase Kit

If you love indigo fabrics like we do (no pun intended!) watch this video created for shop owners that is full of ideas for using another Japanese inspired collection from Moda - Boro!

 Are you inspired to create and sew? Ask for these fabrics at your local quilt or fabric store!

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Rhonda Reuter on

I would love to participate in your pop up shop.
Rhonda, Crafts & Quilting, Etc.

Julia on

Love your patterns and the Nuno fabric. Are these only available
On line or do stores in USA carry them.. I’ll be in Santa Cruz CA area next week and would love to get some. Many thanks

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