Since you asked, here are details on the fabrics we used for the spring samples.
We’ve had the great pleasure of partnering with the Japanese fabric company Lecien, who supplied all our fabrics for the show. Lecien makes adorable prints, and their fabrics are affordably priced.
For the Sailboat outfit, we used a Minny Muu stripe in blue for one shirt and the little tulip print for the other shirt. The skirt and pants were both made from a Kona cotton solid, although I noticed that Lecien also produces a wide range of solids, which I’ll have to ask them about.
The Birthday Party Dress is made using a floral print from Lecien’s Le Petit Jardin collection, with a coordinating tiny polka dot for the button tab and hem facing.
Purlsoho.com, the Fat Quarter Shop, and Superbuzzy all carry Lecien if you’re interested in purchasing the fabrics. And the Lecien booth in Houston was extremely busy, so watch for their fabrics elsewhere because I think you’ll be seeing more of them soon.
So many of those fabrics from Lecien I just adore, but seeing an actual sample like your little dress sure gives a whole new perspective. It truly gives the fabric life and makes me WANT IT!
I too am a big fan of japanese fabrics. The fabrics suit your patterns very well.