Posts tagged ‘digital textile printing’

Fabrics by Heidi Kenney

Heidi Kenney (My Paper Crane) is a prolific maker in general and a prolific fabric designer in particular — she prints and sells several dozen of her designs through Spoonflower. She has a lot of great little collections too, the latest of which are Halloween 2013 and A Summer Wedding, featuring fireflies and strawberries. See [...]

Spring Quilt Market 2013: P&B Textiles

P&B Textiles featured five exciting new collections at the Spring Quilt Market, alongside an updated basics collection, Bear Essentials Two, which consists of eleven tonal patterns and textures in a variety of colors. In total there are 64 different options in this collection! One of my favorite collections at market was Intersections (above), designed by [...]

Oliver Henry

Melissa Swansey Nicholson of Vineyard Haven, MA sells vintage-inspired designs on Etsy under the name oliverhenry. Her goods are printed on 100% certified organic cotton or 100% post-consumer waste recycled paper. This new collection which I just spotted via Facebook is available for sale through her Spoonflower shop. Related posts: Digital Fabric of the Week Oliver [...]

Alice Apple

I’m a little late to pull the trigger on this post because Alice Apple‘s sample and remnant packs are already sold out from her Etsy shop, but maybe these images will inspire you to pick up some yardage from her Spoonflower shop. Related posts: Alice Apple: New Fabrics Alice Apple Digital Fabric of the Week [...]

Fabric8: Geek Chic – Voting Is Open!

Wow, turns out I really like this theme of Geek Chic! The designers did a great job and now the round of 100 is open for public voting. I picked like 16, but I think Spirographic by Kateaurelia, above, is my superfavorite. Fabric8, if you didn’t know, is a collaboration between Robert Kaufman Fabrics and [...]


Some fortuitous Pinteresting led me to fabrics by Jolby, a collaborative design and illustration studio in Portland, Oregon. They are printed by Spoonflower and available through Jolby’s Etsy shop along with their prints, paintings, mugs, and other miscellany. Related posts: Digital Fabric of the Week New From Boosterseat Hamburger Liebe: My Aunties and Life Is [...]

Blueberry Ash

{ Through Streets }   Maria in Sydney, Australia handprints fabrics under the name Blueberry Ash. The linen and cotton fabrics are printed with water-based inks and sold on Etsy to a worldwide audience. Maria is also involved with the company Digital Fabrics, which I will have to add to the list of digital print bureaus!   [...]

Fabrics by Wiksten

{ this print in three colorways is a collaboration between Wiksten and Helen Dealtry } Designer Jenny Gordy of Wiksten has prints from last year’s spring-summer collection available to print on demand from Spoonflower. You don’t see a lot of prints on Spoonflower specifically designed with fashion sewing in mind (at least I don’t, but [...]

Digital Printing Services, 2013 Edition

I get a handful of emails each month asking about digital printing services, which gently reminds me that my Dec. 2010 chart is in sore need of an update. This industry is moving fast, so two years is an eternity. Karma Kraft and Eye Candey, two hobbyist-oriented services, have shut down. So has the Finnish [...]