Japan Hobby Show Part 5: fabrics

We already showed you the Kokka fabric booth at the Japan Hobby Show last week. But as sewing was a major theme at the trade show in Tokyo we also visited lots of other fabric booths. In fact is was a real fabric wonderland. Everywhere there were piles of fat quartes, fabric swatches and bolts, it would have taken days to look at every single fabric. Plus all the manufacturers had lots of lovely clothes, bags, home decor and more sewn with their textiles, so that you could see what to do with them. It was a great inspiration.

Wonderful fabrics with lots of examples what to sew with them

Wonderful fabrics with lots of examples what to sew with them

Boxes full of fabrics

Boxes full of fabrics

We discovered this adorable owl fabric

We discovered this adorable owl fabric

Wonderful Sentimental Circus fabrics

Wonderful Sentimental Circus fabrics

This is fabric heaven!

This is fabric heaven!

Lots of different manufacturers presented theif fabrics

Lots of different manufacturers presented their fabrics

Every booth had so much to look at

Every booth had so much to look at

An inspiration board with examples of what to sew

An inspiration board with examples of what to sew

The fabric booths looked very colourful and cute

The fabric booths looked very colourful and cute

We loved these bags

We loved these bags

Here people are using fabric paint to stamp on tote bags

Here people are using fabric paint to stamp on tote bags

Fabrics as far as the eye can see

Fabrics as far as the eye can see

Another fabric booth from the Japan Hobby Show

Another fabric booth from the Japan Hobby Show

A lot of manufacturers were totally new to us

A lot of manufacturers were totally new to us

At some booths you could also buy accessories

At some booths you could also buy accessories

What a pretty bunting at this booth

What a pretty bunting at this booth

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