Archive for the ‘Digital Fabric of the Week’ Category

Stationery Print by Rashida Coleman-Hale

Rashida Coleman-Hale has an upcoming collection with Timeless Treasures partly inspired by Japanese washi tape. For whatever reason, this design didn’t make the cut, but she’s offering it on sale at Spoonflower. I love the idea of designers of conventionally produced collections expanding their collections with digitally printed fabrics. The price is higher of course, [...]

Flo by Monda Loves

Monda Loves is Vanessa Waller, a U.K.-based freelance surface pattern designer and illustrator. She sells some really wonderful fabrics through Spoonflower, including her latest, Flo (above), and a 70s-retro-euro collection called My Vintage Kitchen. Related posts: Teja Williams Gabriela Larios: Cuentos from my Childhood Digital Fabric of the Week: nisee made Digital Fabric of the [...]

Jordan Elise

{ Unidentified Animals } Jordan Elise Perme is a freelance toy and textile designer based in Cleveland, OH. She has creates what she calls Horrible Adorables, which are these amazing, elaborate, faux-taxidermied wool felt creatures. She also designs textile patterns, available though Spoonflower — some in the Horrible Adorables theme and some not, some made [...]

Liberty Rocks Digital Collection

Did I not just wonder aloud about the possibilities of major manufacturers incorporating digitally printed fabrics into their regular offerings? Liberty of London recently unveiled their extensive and awesome Liberty Rocks collection for Autumn/Winter 2011. It has groups of prints Inspired by Musicians, Inspired by Artists, Classic Liberty Prints, Music Decades in Design, Rock & [...]

Tablecloth Designs by Vanessa Sorensen

I like it when people think big, and beyond simple pattern repeats, for digital printing. Vanessa Sorensen has created three folky tablecloth designs, spanning 2-3 yards of fabric, which also include matching tea towel designs. Cool idea and very cute designs! See her warning about shrinkage in this post though. Vanessa’s tablecloths and other fabric [...]

Fabrics by Frumafar

{ Birds } Frumafar is actually two people: Mariko, who studied Textile & Surface design at FIT in NYC, worked in the fashion industry for four years, then moved back to Japan; and Yuko, who worked at a textile design studio NYC for 4 years and is now back in Japan working in the textile industry [...]

Whale Fabric by Made by Rae

Rae Hoekstra of Made by Rae designed this cute mode whale print and has it up for sale at Spoonflower. In this post she shows what the different repeats (basic, half-drop, half-brick, and mirror) look like, and hey, they all work! Here she uses the fabric as trim for her new Charlie Tunic sewing pattern [...]

Hilco Digital Prints

I’ve been wondering if/when this would happen — a major manufacturer offering digitally printed fabrics. German apparel fabrics company Hilco is the first I have known of. This print, Ink Rings, is on a viscose jersey knit and is sold through the Netherlands-based Jersey Fashion (who ships worldwide, for those of you looking for women’s [...]

Alice Apple: New Fabrics

Just two of the many new Spoonflower-printed fabrics from Alice Apple. I just love her! ( images from Alice Apple’s blog ) Related posts: Alice Apple Oliver + S Little Things to Sew Fabrics Digital Fabric of the Week: Hamburger Liebe Pixel Fabrics on Spoonflower Fabrics by Frumafar