Nutta Fabric Shop Blog Tour Day.6 / Marisa from Thirtynine

It’s Day.5 of Nutta Fabric Shop Blog Tour and we have another Aussie blogger, Marisa from Thirtynine today.

She was one of the contributor for my Sew Japanese sewing series, (yesterday’s guest blogger, Ajaire was so too) and she was guest blogger of the last Kids Clothes Week.

I found her blog during the first KCW I joined and had been following since then. She loves Japanese Sewing Books and had made many clothes for her daughter from them.

She happened to choose same fabric with another Aussie blogger who had joined this tour, Renee (Nearest the Pin), Double Gauze Mimosa in another color, blue.

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Renee made a top for herself using this fabric (in yellow), and Marisa made her daughter a lovely dress with this fabric.

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And it seems like she made matching hair piece for her daughter too and it looks very cute!

Before you jump onto Marisa’s post, check out these deals!

You can use a coupon code “THANKS20″ to get 20% off on everything in my shop! If you order now, the package will arrive to you just around Christmas! Isn’t it perfect holiday gift for yourself? It’s good through Dec 8th, so don’t miss this deal!

And also, you can enter the giveaway! Winner will get 2 meters fabrics of her choice from my shop listings!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Now let’s see what Marisa made and thought about this fabric!

Tomorrow, we will have awesome blogger from Portugal, Marta from Do Guincho will show you another creations with “Forest Animal” fabric (you already know that fabric, right?) 🙂

See you tomorrow!

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