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Sevenberry Nara Homespun :: Seigaiha Waves

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The Nara Homespun Collection from Japanese fabric designer Sevenberry brings old world Japanese charm and rustic character to your modern day projects. These beautiful fabrics are woven using time tested techniques that produce a heavier weight cotton fabric with a full bodied drape and soft hand. Ideal for Sashiko, Boro-inspired projects, bag making, quilting and garment sewing.

:: Designer: Sevenberry
:: Fabric Collection: Nara Homespun
:: Fabric: Seigaiha Waves on Indigo
:: SKU: SB-88223D4-62

:: Length: 1/2 yard (Cut continuously)

:: Fabric Width (Selvage to Selvage): 42" (107 cm)
:: Weight: 5.37 oz per square yard
:: 100% Cotton

Fabric is cut to order from the bolt continuously and sold in 1/2 yard increments. So, an order for a quantity of 3 equals a 1.5 yard piece of fabric.

The Seigaiha (Waves) design is also available as a Sashiko Sampler and a Sashiko Stencil

** Please be aware that while great care is taken to accurately represent colors in photographs, colors can appear differently in person than on screen.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Beautiful Material

Has a nice linen feel to it. Both sides are different and beautiful. The reverse side has more blue. Nice drape and texture.

Gail M
Love Sevenberry indigo

Bought this beautiful fabric for my stash! I love having some wonderful for small sewn items or gifts.


I've touched a lot of fabric in my life, and of all the cottons, and so far this is my favorite. It's heavier than I expected, and loosely woven, which gives it a better drape than plain woven cotton usually has. The blue is a very deep, true indigo, and the not-blue is close to white on one side and a light tan on the other, like natural linen, which I think adds some versatility. I'm not sorry for buying what I think was the last three yards, but I hope you get more. This is worlds away from the imitation shibori fabric you can get from quilting stores; it's so hard to find patterns like this on real apparel fabrics.

Marcia A.
Can't wait to use this

Very interesting textural weave and pattern.