Digital Fabric of the Week: Julia Monroe

Fabric Tote

Granny Square printed on Quilting Weight Cotton

These two prints were designed by Julia Monroe and form a mini 70s fabric collection. The houses were reproduced from a felt-on-burlap piece she made when she was 12, and the granny squares were inspired by an afghan she made with her mom. I love the idea of using digital textile printing to preserve childhood art, I just never thought of using my own art! Both prints are available for sale on Spoonflower.

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