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MORI (Forest) Salmon Pink


Artisan, handprinted fabric by Japanese indie designer, Nocogou.

MORI (Forest):
“Branches stretch from the trunk, leaves flourish. Even if the same, they are many shapes” – Nocogou.

This salmon pink, lightweight cotton is perfect for blouses, camis, and summer dresses.

Sold in 50cm, for continuous yardage select multiple quantities.

11 in stock

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Nocogou are a husband and wife team, living the slow life in the countryside of Aichi Prefecture, Japan. The fabric designs are inspired by their day to day life. All fabrics are handprinted with love.

100% cotton (light weight) 40 Broadcloth
Designed, handprinted and made in Japan

50cm x 112cm wide : 19″ x 44″ wide

Sold in 50cm increments, for continuous yardage select multiple quantities.
1 → 50 cm
2 → 1m
3 → 1.5m
4 → 2m


  • Because of the nature of the material, some shrinkage occurs with washing (allow for shrinkage of approximately 2%).
  • Due to the nature of hand printing, there may be some cases of differences in colour, bleeding, alignment etc.
  • Colours may vary depending on the screen.
  • Nocogou commercial use guideline allows for the sale of original handmade goods using Nocogou fabrics. The final product should involve an element of design and should not closely resemble goods currently made and sold by Nocogou. Items are to be sold in handmade marketplaces, not on wholesale or consignment sales or in retail shops.

Additional information

Dimensions 106 cm

Pink, white


40 Broadcloth, Light weight cotton




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