Posts tagged ‘hand screenprinted’

Lilypads by ten14 Textiles

Lilypads is a new design by Josi Severson. ten14 textiles is her line of sustainable fabrics that are hand-screenprinted using only water-based, non-toxic, VOC-free inks. It’s printed on an organic cotton sateen, and is available for purchase through the ten14 website. Related posts: Ten14 Organic Textiles Harvest Textiles New Prints From Tara Davy Textiles Hand [...]

My Aunt June: The Visual English Alphabet

My Aunt June is Lauren “Kansas City” Hunt, who I got to meet and hang out with at Spring 2010 Quilt Market in Minneapolis. She does a wonderful job taking inventive motifs and rendering them in a rainbow of colors. Her latest print is the Visual English Alphabet, which is actually hand-screenprinted rather than her [...]

Native Heath by Old Town for St. Jude’s

Last time I posted about St. Jude’s new fabrics I neglected to point to Native Heath by Old Town … because it’s my favorite and I thought I already had posted about it! Old Town is a slow clothing manufacturer — they produce approx. 50 garments per week (in classic and functional silhouettes for men [...]

Laura Slater Textiles

UK designer Laura Slater screenprints her line of textiles by hand in her Wakefield, West Yorkshire studio. From her About page: Designs evolve through an interplay of colour and pattern with architectural and organic elements. Hand drawn design concepts involving line, mark and texture are developed directly onto cloth in parallel to the hand finished [...]

New From Umbrella Prints

Umbrella Prints has a new design, Patchwork II, available now in their shop (Etsy — U.S. dollars) (Big Cartel — AU dollars). It’s handprinted onto a 55% hemp/45% cotton basecloth. I love cheater prints — you can use them as-is or cut them up into squares and piece them back together, as you can see [...]

Melbomba: Owls

Owls is the newest fabric from Melissa Bombardiere (Melbomba), hand screenprinted in four colorways onto a 55% linen/45% cotton blend. I have a bit of all of her other fabrics (mix pack!) and just love them. Related posts: Fabric by Melbomba Loops by Lu Summers Scratch by Lu Summers New Print From Pippijoe: Elka Tara [...]

Cloth Australia

Cloth Fabric is probably the first Australian hand-screenprinting fabric company to appear on my radar. I realized I hadn’t checked in for a while and it turns out they have several new prints and other product lines going on. If you’re not familiar, Cloth is a small independent fabric company that has been operating out [...]

Tara Davy Textiles

{ Partridge } There is a new designer of hand-screenprinted fabrics on the Australian scene — Tara Davy Textiles. This collection is a collaboration between Ms. Davy and Kelani Fabric Obsession, so it’ll be sold through Kelani exclusively. Tara Davy is designer/illustrator in the magazine industry by trade. The two designs are printed in different [...]

Scratch by Lu Summers

U.K. designer Lu Summers (Summersville) has added a new hand-screenprinted fabric to her collection, called Scratch. The design was “created from a mark making exercise in pen and ink.” It comes in four colorways currently, printed on a natural cotton and is sold by the piece (9.5 x 14″/25 x 36 cm). Related posts: Loops [...]