Posts tagged ‘hand screenprinted’

Umbrella Prints: Floating World

  Umbrella Prints has a new collection called Floating World. It’s a mix of classic Umbrella Prints prints on quilting cotton in a palette of burgundy, peach, pink, mint, and kelly green. There  awesome new print called New Horizon that is hand-screenprinted on organic hemp/cotton. These fabrics can be bought through the Umbrella Prints shop or Umbrella [...]

Mina Prints

Erin Daniels from Santa Rosa, CA screenprints these beautiful, simple prints by hand. They are available through her Etsy shop Mina Prints. Or find her website here. Related posts: kalla Design: New Prints New Prints From Sarah Waterhouse EmilyMe New From Repeat New From Umbrella Prints

Summersville: Formica

Formica is the newest hand-screenprinted fabric from UK designer Lu Summers, aka Summersville. The lovely textured print is done on a natural cotton, available in four colorways and even custom colors if you ask nicely. It is sold by the 9.5 x 14″ piece. Related posts: Loops by Lu Summers Scratch by Lu Summers New [...]

Fabrics by Bookhou

Bookhou is a small, family business in Toronto, Canada emphasizing slow design. Arounna Khounnoraj designs the textiles and she has a new collection available now, that was created and hand-screenprinted with her studio assistant. Each of these beautiful prints is available in several colorways. They are online now and also at the brick & mortar [...]

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!   [...]

Celia Birtwell

{ Beasties } Iconic British textile designer Celia Birtwell has a new collaboration with Uniqlo, so you can own and wear some of her classic prints at a great value. For the occasion I thought I’d share some of the fabrics available from her website. They are hand-screenprinted onto heavyweight linen (some on cotton). It’s [...]

Sister Parish

Sister Parish was a interior designer and socialite famous in the 60s and on for her work on the Kennedy White House and for her take on the English country house look. I’m deducing that she was at least partially responsible for the quilt revival of the 70s. Today, her granddaughter Susan Bartlett Crater, and Parish’s onetime apprentice Libby Cameron, [...]

Utopia Goods

  In the recent post on Banksia Bloom by Saffron Craig, Rebecca mentioned Utopia Goods as another textile producer featuring Australian flora and fauna in their designs. Flowering Gum, above, “features Bruce [Slorach]’s illustrated honeyeater birds feasting on the nectar of a feathered flowering gum nut. If you look closely, there are different varieties of honeyeaters on the backdrop of a subtle organic polka [...]

Leann Fanny

Leeann Fanny offers her hand screen printed fabrics on Etsy through her shop Little House Martin. She lives and works in Suffolk, U.K., also home to Ms. Lu Summers, through whom I learned of her! The fabrics are printed by the panel, on natural quilting weight cotton. Keep up with her on her blog here. [...]