Featured Customer Project: Made-by-Rae’s Nani Iro Pocho Knit top


Just last week Rae (Made-by-Rae.com) posted her a top she just made with our Nani Iro Colorful Pocho Rainbow Knit fabric. This pointelle double layer knit fabric is buttery soft and if it looks familiar, perhaps it reminds you of the candy buttons on paper tape you may have eaten as a kid. That’s what every body’s saying anyway! I had the pleasure of seeing Rae’s shirt this person at the Heather Ross Weekend Sewing workshop in NYC. More to come about that soon.

Made by Rae Nani Iro knit top

Rae ordered two yards and was able to make a shirt for herself as well as to accent a second shirt for one of her children with the scraps.

Made by Rae Nani Iro knit top

Please note that this fabric is 31.5 inches wide, which is about 10 inches more narrow than the other Nani Iro fabrics. If you would like to read more about Made-by-Rae’s projects, patterns and tutorials please stop by her site.

The fabric has been flying off the shelf ever since she posted it so be sure to get yours soon!

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One Response to “Featured Customer Project: Made-by-Rae’s Nani Iro Pocho Knit top”

  1. Rae says:

    October 12th, 2011 at 9:42 am

    Thanks for the feature!! Great to see you this weekend! :)