Posts tagged ‘geometrics’

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 [...]

Puti de Pome Sketch Stripe

I love this simple scribble stripe from the Puti de Pome collection from Kiyohara — though the collection is ultra cute and kid-themed this stripe could be anything you wanted it to be. It’s a cotton-linen blend, in two colorways, spotted at Superbuzzy. Related posts: New Puti de Pome by Kiyohara Fall Quilt Market 2011: [...]

Geometric Silks at Mood

The made-famous-by-Project-Runway, bi-coastal fashion fabric mecca Mood has a huge online selection. These two geometric prints on silk (chiffon, above, and crepe de chine, below) caught my eye. (Sorry, but my Fashion Fabric of the Week feature may be a little geometrically biased, since that’s what I like to wear!) I think they’d work great [...]

Fall Quilt Market 2011: Yuwa/Kei – Geo Style and Thrilling Black

Geo Style from Kei (in stores now) is a great assortment of versatile geometric prints on an apparel- and quilt-friendly cotton. And as you can see, Thrilling Black, an apparel fabric collection that was first introduced last fall, is not just black now: Related posts: Fall Quilt Market 2010 – Yuwa – Thrilling Black and [...]