Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Handmade

Spoonflower, the online shop that prints custom fabric from your photos or artwork, had a great sale on fat quarters on Black Friday. I used a few of my old sketches to design some kitcheny type fabric and had it printed on a cotton linen canvas. The website gives you the choice of how your image will appear. I chose the mirror repeat. It was easy.




Here is a post from 2008 where I was playing around with Photoshop and some of the same images.

I wasn't sure how my artwork would translate into fabric, but when it arrived I was sorry I hadn't ordered more. I used what I got to make tea towels for my craft night girlfriends. This year I'm going to be on the lookout for another sale so I can stock up and make towels for my sister, SIL and DILs.

Check out Spoonflower's website here. You can browse and buy fabric from lots of very talented designers.

10 comments:

  1. Wow, this is incredible.;) I love all these patterns, how talented you are.;) And what a great site it seems as well.;)
    xoxo

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  2. Oh I wish you'd made enough to sell, I'd be buying one ...

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  3. Such beautiful design! Wouldn't that make lovely cafe curtains? You are so talented!

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