Dana Jones reveals to you a new and exciting look at quilt making. See fabrics from around the world but most importantly, see how incredible the Japanese Taupe fabrics are for making quilts. Find out where these beautiful and unique colors come from and how to incorporate these different textures into your quilts. Dana Jones gives you several ideas for future projects using the Japanese Taupe fabrics.
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Thank you for this informative video. I am heading to Japan in a week and look forward to buying some fabric (I am taking an empty suitcase :-). I will be in Osaka, Hiroshima, Kyoto and Hokkaido. Do you have any recommendations for stores to visit?