Added Nov 6, 2008
St.Etienne De Fu...
kimono top and co-ordinating trews, with Japanese ‘good fortune’ symbols. I made this for my beautiful grandson, as my daughter loves all things Japanese, and it seemed appropriate to wish him good fortune this way!
Pure cotton ‘symbol’ fabric (0.3m)
Brushed cotton lining (0.5m)
pale blue velour (0.3m)
elastic, thread, press stud
Baby James, for the inspiration, my own pattern.‘Tissus du Monde’, Limoges, for the fabrics.
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