Organic movement and colour, Ribbon by indie Japanese designer, Kanariya.
This hand drawn ribbon took on a life of its own as Kanako drew it. The fluidity is visible in the white ribbon against the deep blue background.
This light – mid weight cotton is perfect for dresses, skirts and blouses. Soft furnishings in this design would be stunning.
Sold in 50cm, for continuous yardage select multiple quantities.
10 in stock
"I like to empty my mind and chase the swirl of the ribbon as I draw. It goes round and round and round without rhyme or reason, creating a ribbon of that one moment in time. It takes on the feel of a secret code, that entices me as I draw." - Kanariya
Designer Kanako Takeda is a born and raised Tokyo-ite! She continues to live in the bustling metropolis with her young family and create her beautiful designs. Kanako has a love for colours and shapes that disrupt the norm and will make you pause for a moment to take them in. She creates in a variety of mediums, from gouache to watercolour, and cut paper before getting her designs digitally printed on the fabric. The patterns she creates are inspired by motifs found in nature and the things she sees around her.
The beige colour way can be found hereand seen in the last photos.
100% cotton (40 broadcloth)
Designed, printed and made in Japan
50cm x 112cm wide : 19" x 44" wide
For continuous yardage please select 1 (x 50cm) from the first drop down menu, then select the quantity required from the second drop-down menu.
1 → 50 cm
2 → 1m
3 → 1.5m
4 → 2m
Do not soak, dark colors may transfer.
Colours may differ depending on the screen.
40 Broadcloth, Light weight cotton
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