Kokeshi cushions #2

September 17, 2014 at 8:26 am Leave a comment

Last weekend I dug out another Alexander Henry kokeshi doll fabric – this one is an out-of-print design from 2006. It’s a super-cute fabric covered in the delightful Japanese traditional dolls, which were apparently made as early as the 1600s and are now firmly entrenched in Japanese culture.

Kokeshi cushions in black

I think I’m becoming obsessed with spotty piping too!

Kokeshi cushions in black close-up


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Spots are all the rage Origami birds

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