My parents recently went to Japan, and asked me if I would like anything bringing back. As well as the usual tabi socks, I requested some double gauze, a uniquely Japanese fabric that is lightweight and cosy. They didn't disappoint, and came back with three metres of this beautiful Nani Iro double gauze, called Joy Flower.
They also picked up three metres of the lovely cotton canvas next to the double gauze in the photo. It is reminiscent of a toile de jouy, but with little rabbits on it picking apples. This fabric is for the Moomin. She hasn't decided what she wants me to make for her out of it yet. It's pretty thick, so may be too stiff for a dress. Maybe a bag or a coat. Any suggestions?