I have added several new fabrics to my Spoonflower store.
This one is called Playing Plaid. Like most of the fabrics I design it is suitable for a whole cloth quilt, a border on a quilt, and it will also create mirror images.
The fabrics I design are not like anything you can buy in commercial fabrics. They are special artist designed fabrics.
Smoke Gets In Your Eyes is a large full width print suitable for use as whole cloth, borders, kaleidoscope cut up or just about anything you'd like. It is an original hand dyed fabric.
For those of you who are not quilters or sewers you can order one of these in one or more yards and hang it from a rod on the wall or in a door opening.
Can you image what a gorgeous whole cloth quilt this would make?
The pattern also lends itself to fabrics they offer that make wonderful clothing.
Proud As A Peacock is another one that would make a spectacular whole cloth quilt or wall hanging. It runs the full width of the fabric.
Half the width could also make a stunning border on a bed quilt.
This version of Proud As A Peacock runs across the width of the fabric.
Think of the possibilities using this fabric. Perfect for Kaleidoscope quilts and exciting in a One Block Wonder.
Most of these designs can be ordered on any of the 15 different fabrics they offer.
Some of them can also be ordered on wall paper, gift wrap or decals.
To see all of the designs I currently have available go to:
You can also find the link to my fabrics on my blog:
These fabrics allow you to make a designer quality quilt or garment in a very short time. Great for gifts, baby quilts, wall quilts, throw size quilts, full size quilts and wearable art.
If you keep several lengths on hand, you’ll be able to make a last minute gift that the recipients think you spent hours slaving over.
You can order a swatch, a fat quarter or any amount of yardage.
Many of these would be prefect designs for drapes or other home decorating items.
Because of the time it takes me to create each design I introduce fabrics on a limited basis.
I’d love to see a picture of what you create from these fabrics.