Posts tagged ‘spring 2009’

Robert Kaufman: London Calling

(Feed readers, click over to see the slideshow, if you don’t mind … ) New from Robert Kaufman is this Liberty of London-inspired collection, London Calling. Last year’s Sofia was printed on light, semi-sheer cotton lawn and some of the prints were reminiscent of Liberty, but this collection wears its inspiration on its sleeve. London [...]

New(ish!) Kaffe Fassett

I’m long overdue in posting these, but these are two of Kaffe Fassett‘s newest fabric prints: Wood Ear (top) and Henna (bottom). Thanks to Liza Prior Lucy of Gloriouscolor.com for sending these to me! Russian Rose, Bubble Flowers, and Kirman are the other newest additions to the extensive and ever-evolving collection. In case you didn’t [...]

Urban Chiks: Sweet

(feed readers: please click over to see the slideshow, if you don’t mind!) I want to know more about Urban Chiks, who design for Moda. The website doesn’t name names, but says: These two young designers each bring something very different to the drawing board. One has a background in fashion and a flare for [...]

Henry Glass Fabrics: Polly Goes to Paris

(Can’t see the slideshow, feed readers? Please click over, if you don’t mind …) I first heard about Polly Goes to Paris, an in-house line from Henry Glass Co., through Jenny. It has recently arrived in a few shops. It’s a great little collection and I hope it gets the love and sales it deserves! [...]

New Fabric by Sukie

I am a huge fan of the U.K. company Sukie‘s textiles and paper goods (I just received their new Iron-On Craft Pad today). So I was excited to hear that in just a couple weeks they will have fabric available for purchase for the first time. The three designs were screenprinted in England on a [...]

Nani Iro: Spring 2009

Naomi Ito’s Spring 2009 Nani Iro collection for Kokka (translated link) is now available in stores. The painterly designs are at subtle and gorgeous in color and line, yet bold in pattern and scale. Her signature florals and Asian- and Scandinavian-influenced abstract shapes are once again printed on double gauze, one on a cotton-linen blend [...]

Mary Blair-Esque

Also spotted on the Michael Miller website today, this crazy adorable, Mary Blair-Esque kids’ print called “Ring Around the Rosie.” I haven’t seen it in any shops yet … I’ll let you know when I do. Related posts: High As a Kite Fabric Spring Quilt Market 2009: Lantern Bloom, Whimsy, Summer Soiree, Mezzanine Spring Quilt [...]

Interview: Anna Maria Horner on Good Folks

Good Folks – Byzantine Palette The extremely talented and busy Anna Maria Horner‘s fifth fabric collection, Good Folks, was recently released by FreeSpirit. Good Folks is full of meandering florals that nicely bridge the divide between graphic and organic, complemented by the stronger lines of the Greek-influenced “Buttoned Up,” and the bold, versatile circles of [...]

Bonbon Kakku Spring 2009

Spoonflower + Threadless‘ design-contest model + Supergraphics in the Finnish tradition of Marimekko = Bonbon Kakku. They’ve just announced a new batch of designs for Spring 2009. All Bonbon Kakku fabrics become more affordable too, at €20 per meter. Their new competition, running Jan.-March 29, is LOVE. So get designing, European friends! Related posts: Bonbon [...]