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From the 'Yukata' range by Debbie Maddy for Moda, this patchwork fabric is printed to look like an antique katazome (stencilled) cotton. 'Hana' means flower, 'bama' or 'hama' can be read as 'shore, and 'doro' refers to the brown colour traditionally obtained with mud dyeing. Ideal for patchwork, plus lining or backing your sashiko projects.  It would make a stunning jacket lining.

I have been lucky enough to get the last available bolts from this range, at a special price too.

NB - limited quantities, and I can't reorder this one!

This kanji text print will be a great addition for your patchwork, dressmaking, boro, home dec and other projects. Patchwork weight cotton.


110cm (43in) wide (approx).


100% cotton

NB - sold by the half metre, so order '1' for a half metre, '2' for one metre etc.

48070-22 'Yukata - hanabama doro' by Debbie Maddy for Moda, by the 1/2m

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