Posts tagged ‘digital textile printing’

Greta Songe

  I got to meet Greta Songe at Fall Quilt Market, she is the nicest! Her first fabric collections with Marcus‘ new Studio 37 are now in stores. Great, inventive color combinations and sweet retro designs with hand-drawn touches. Her first two mini-collections are Kitschy Kitchen and the bike-riding themed Here to There.   Greta [...]

Liberty of London: Flower Show – Botanical Garden Digital Prints

Liberty of London has been dividing their seasonal Tana Lawn collections into unique and electic groupings, and for the last few collections, one of the groupings has been all digital. Botanical Garden is the name of this season’s digital group, and it features art by Mary Fedden, Hugo Grenville, and Rachel Pedder Smith, as well as [...]

Ben the Illustrator

The Ben the Illustrator Collection is actually a joint production of husband-and-wife team Ben and Fiona O’Brien. They offer fabrics digitally printed in the U.K., plus cushions and lampshades made from them. There are 12 prints available, printed on Cotton Half Panama (a type I’ve never heard of, and it’s not in my Dan River [...]

Pencil Me In

Keema aka Pencil Me In makes these great, trendy, geometric designs for a variety of surfaces. Get these designs here on Spoonflower — also find Keema on Tumblr and Society 6. Related posts: Claire Louise Milne Spoonflower Color v2.1 Teja Williams Digital Fabric of the Week: Tea Time Heather Ross + Spoonflower

Imogen Heath

{ Viaduct and Starling } I saw Imogen Heath’s bedding on Bloesem and was excited to find, after following the link, that she offers fabric yardage of her designs as well. These digitally printed fabrics are printed on a 56″ wide, home dec weight 50/50 cotton/linen blend and are available through Not on the High [...]

STOFLAB

When people explore digital textile printing they tend to gravitate toward conversational prints and splashy florals. Certainly those tend to take advantage of the unlimited color possibilities. In a way simple geometric prints seem “too easy” for digital printing, but hey, if you’re envisioning a print and it’s not out there commercially, it’s digital to [...]

Machine Quilting Practice Panels by Angela Walters

{ Square Chains } Angela Walters, machine-quilter-to-the-stars (and a star herself — she’s like the non-frightening Rachel Zoe of the modern quilting world!), has a new class on Craftsy called Machine Quilting Negative Space. It’s an online, video-based, self-paced, highly rated, and very affordable class. She created these fabric panels for her students to practice [...]

Kalla on Spoonflower

{ Rose } I’ve covered Kalla Design‘s hand-screenprinted fabrics on True Up before. She has made several of her designs available for sale on Spoonflower, including new ones especially for digital printing. You can find them in her etsy shop too. { Bird } { Katsura } { Casanay } { Nest } { Chevron [...]

Teja Williams

I found Teja Williams (teja_jamilla on Spoonflower) by Pinteresting around. She is a freelance surface pattern designer from South Wales, currently living and working in London. These patterns are incredibly skilled and her collections show her talents in a very broad range of styles. I’m envisioning so many of these printed on silk for dresses! Teja also [...]