Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Far away fabric


So it finally arrived, the order from over seas. Here are some photos of the fabric. I couldn't resist making another border, can you tell what the right and left sides are?

20 Comments:

Blogger *Kumi said...

Those 2 at the right side is called "Ado-chan", and so cute!!
It was really popular back in 1970s and they came back again like a few years ago.
I couldn't tell the borders...
Sorry!

8:15 PM  
Blogger Gina said...

Oh thank you for that information, I didn't know that, but when I look at them, I do get that nostalgic feeling! I did something to make the little edges on each side of the border, but I won't tell yet in case some one guesses : )

9:46 PM  
Blogger *Kumi said...

I answered to your questions.
I'm afraid that you cannot sell any handcrafted items out of those items from Aranzo or Ado-Chan.
In Japan, it's getting a big problem and the company that holds "licenses" and "rights" are so furious about it.
So keep them as a pleasure, not for sale!

11:17 PM  
Blogger Gina said...

Oh, okay, thanks for filling me in, very good to know. I wasn't sure by what I had read at their site. I don't want to break any rules. They are so cute that it is still worth it just for the sheer joy : )

12:36 AM  
Blogger nico said...

i cant guess it looks like marblized ink from shaving cream printing! i cant see... i love the rainbow neon heart with the g in it tho!
and hey i think i ordered that last fabric on the right in my last order...pleasant surprize or something...
i likey all of your selections...


was going to say i didnt think you could sell any pattern you make from a craft book :P tho i coldnt find your comment in my blog...thats why i dont sell any tho i have lots of people asking me to make them one from the book i have and what can i do! they give me money. but never online im scared of getting sued...

1:45 AM  
Blogger Gina said...

The right and left side of my border are made from a thin strip I cloned of the second fabric in from the left : ) It might be too hard to tell under the marbilization.
Glad you like the neon rainbow etc.! Sure is fun to make! We have the same fabric! I always love the fabric that you use to make your goods nico. You have very good taste.
See, tonight I made a greeting card and I used one of the Aranzo stamps on the front (to make a pattern), so I was wanting to know if I could sell my cards. Also if I made little characters from the patterns in the book, could I sell my stuffed guys ....and lastly if I used the fabric to make cute little things, could I sell my things....

3:13 AM  
Blogger Gina said...

I just re-read the first line of your post nico - I'm laughing so hard, hysterical!

3:50 AM  
Blogger Your Favorite Wife said...

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11:11 AM  
Blogger Your Favorite Wife said...

Ahhh, GORGEOUS fabrics.

Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment. I have been blogging for years at another site (Xanga) and decided that I needed a change. So far, I adore the community here ... There are so many fun blogs and so much talent.

11:12 AM  
Anonymous Scribbles & Bits said...

I think I see dots, so is it from the first fabric from the right or the second fabric from the left? They both have dots. I love the 4th fabric with the well dressed lady!

12:54 PM  
Blogger Gina said...

Wow, blgospot was down for a long time today, but I'm back up now.

Your favorite wife - Thank you! Glad to have you here. I have been discovering how supportive and motivating the creative blogworld can be too, I couldn't be happier with the company : )

Scribbles & bits - you are right, second from the left! I like the lady too, and she is in a square which makes it easy to envision her being used on a square shaped project!

6:11 PM  
Anonymous tasha said...

LOVE the fabric!!! where did you buy them from? kumi? pretty please, share your source!!!

7:02 PM  
Blogger Gina said...

Hi tasha, thanks, I got the fabric from Kitty Craft -
http://www.kitty-craft.com/

9:41 PM  
Anonymous tasha said...

how was the shipping charge? i still want to buy some stuff from them. looks like i just might do it already!

12:38 AM  
Anonymous Scribbles & Bits said...

Woohoo! One of my guesses was right! I could see that lvoely lady being in the center with some Eiffel Tower and polka dot fabrics around her, log cabin quilt style. Can't wait to see what you make!

5:22 AM  
Blogger Gina said...

tasha - I had remembered that I did not receive a itemized list with prices and shipping in my email. I just looked in my receipts folder and this seems to be true I did receive a confirmation email from them, but it contained only an order number. I don't remember being too shocked over the shipping, but I did have to wait a long time for my order, over a month (worth it). Here is their shipping info page:
http://www.kitty-craft.com/infodesk/banner.php?number=70

scribbles & bits - you are the winner! See my next post to claim your prize : )

2:46 PM  
Blogger Jessica (Kika) said...

Gina - Thanks for commenting on my blog. I've only been blogging for about five months now and truly enjoy it! I like the marbelized border you made with the fabric and patterns.

I ordered a Cotton & Paint mag from Kitty-Craft two weeks ago and it hasn't arrived yet. I just read that you waited for over a month for your order to arrive so I'm thinking it might be the same with me.

Also, those fleece flower pins are unique and very pretty ")

8:04 AM  
Blogger Gina said...

I wouldn't know it jessica, your blog is a real pleasure. Thank you for the compliment : ) I had a Cotton & Paint in my order too, and I love it by the way. I'm glad you got to read the post so as to quell any worries, yes it could take a few more weeks still, hang in there! Glad to have you here.

9:03 PM  
Anonymous cruststation said...

Love the fabrics!

3:52 AM  
Blogger Gina said...

Thank you so much!

3:21 PM  

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