About the pattern The pattern represents knots and thus stands for togetherness and connectedness. Two versions are available Knot Blue/Orange and Knot Purple/Green
About the Designer The Isa Monyo collection was originally designed by Kunio Isa, one of the most influential artists in traditional stencil printing. Since 1940 he has created more than three thousand design stencils, that remain to date in the Isa Research Institute in Japan. Many of his creations are unique, yet modern, and have been printed on numerous products or are available as standalone art.
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I love its versatility and when not in use it just folds up into a neat parcel.I have used the book quite a lot already.I went through my fabric scraps and squared them up in readynes for gift wrapping. It has given me great ideas for scarves no longer in fashion.
My Daughter and daughter in law were thrilled with their presents. Looking forward to exploring all the possibilities.