My Spoonflower swatches arrived yesterday. That means that they are now for sale.
I was able to approve the colors and reject some that still need tweaking.
The photo above is mainly Escher pagoda.
|one yard of 54" linen cotton Escher pagoda in baby pink|
|Garden Folly in Emerald|
The Garden Folly pattern is only available in emerald so far. But wait there is more!
These are "Lucky Me" and "Leaf" I am in love with the pink colorway of "Lucky Me"
I think I want to use this fabric in my daughter's room for curtains.
Many of these are based on pencil drawings by me. I love that they still look like pencil. Maybe not for everyone.
|detail of "Bouquet"|
This pattern is "Bouquet" and is from an abstract floral drawing. This is what one yard would look like. This celadon colorway is my favorite.
This one is tea caddy and based on a drawing of an antique I own.
As you can see the pattern is fairly large.
These are the silhouette colors available at the moment although I added a hot pink colorway that will be available soon.
There are two geometrics called "Roofline" that include the same hot pink and coordinate with Escher pagoda in trendy tangerine.
|"Roof line" in Hot pink|
I had to reject some of the swatches. The colors were vastly different from my computer and not really pleasing to look at. I will be working on them after the holidays.
They are available for sale in my Spoonflower shop. I cannot stress enough that the more expensive types of fabric that they offer are superior in quality. I love the cotton linen blend and the silk crepe de Chine. The basic cotton is a bit thin but would be fine for a pillow front or other light duty projects.
I would love some input on other colorways and combinations you would like to see. It has been so much fun coming up with these but time consuming. I can't wait to do more.