I am so excited! I just received the latest fat quarter samples of fabric that are new to my Spoonflower shop. They are just too cute and I can’t wait to share them with you!
Aren’t they cute? Check them all out right here in my Spoonflower shop. And let me know if there is something special you are looking for and I’ll see what I can do!
This past weekend I spent attending an online workshop for creating patterns called Pattern Camp with Jessica Swift. Although I already know how to create patterns and do so regularly for my digital scrapbooking products, it’s always a good idea to learn how to get better. It was a fun weekend and I created this fall floral print:
I think I’d like to rework it a bit before doing anything with it quite yet, but what do you think?
Another thing about Pattern Camp that I love is that once you take the workshop you become a member of the Pattern Camp crew, a facebook group that hangs out and talks patterns. Love it! We also have weekly challenges to create new patterns based on a different theme each week. This week’s theme is ghosts and here’s what I came up with today:
Cute, right? I think I’m going to turn this one into a fabric. Speaking of which, I will have a few new fabrics available in my Spoonflower shop very soon. I’m just waiting on the test fabrics so I can check them out first. 😉
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I’m so excited to announce that I have a brand new fabric design available in my Spoonflower shop. It’s based off one of the paper designs from my You & Me kit. Beautiful watercolor flowers make this such a unique piece. Introducing…
You & Me
I can see this fabric being used in so many applications. It’s so beautiful, I wish I could sew! This print is also available as wrapping paper too!
You can find You & Me in my Spoonflower shop right here.
Hello! Great news! My Monkey Love fabric is now available for sale in my Spoonflower shop!
I just received a sample in the mail from Spoonflower and oh my gosh, this pattern is so cute! I can see it making a cute baby blanket or some curtains or a pillow… really cute for boys and girls!
Check out Monkey Love in my shop right here.
I’ve designed a brand new fabric for another Spoonflower contest. I mean, how could I resist a theme about monkeys? This week’s theme is the Year of The Monkey and here is what I came up with:
Wouldn’t this make a cute baby blanket? If you’d like to vote for my design in the contest, I would really appreciate it! You can vote right here under the Year of The Monkey. Thank you!