It is early summer. The sun is getting stronger day by day bringing out a slight sweat. This time we introduce the double-gauze named “Moku gauze”, which is absorbent, breathable, soft and gentle fabric. “Moku” is from “mokuito” in Japanese or mock twist yarn in English when a few different color threads are spun together.
While its texture is same as a regular double-gauze, the mock twist “Moku gauze” looks like Dungaree. The color is deeper and more muted than the regular double-gauze, “Moku gauze” works for children and adults as well. Your clothes may look reversible and more stylish when you roll up the sleeves because the surface and reverse side have different prints.
The patterns, such as low-key dots or small items, are not eye-catching so “Moku gauze” can be used for making clothes. The fabric’s material color affects the coloration for this line. If you are not sure if you are able to make a dress, why don’t you start with an easy sewing project like a scarf? Just by attaching race ribbon or sewing buttons on the fabric, you can create your own stuff.
hana-batake (flower garden) H4850-50
Small flowers gradationally spread all over the fabric. The floral pattern will look differently as you cut the pattern in a different way. Isn’t it pretty if the part of flowers packed comes to the hemline of your dress or skirt as shown picture here?