Inspired by the beautiful spring blossom which floats like confetti in the London breeze and a collection of gorgeous printed papers (right) gifted to me by a friend recently returned from Japan, I made this little pen a watercolour sketch.
Huge thanks to all those lovely people who have responded so enthusiastically to my designs for fabrics.
My exhibitionist side has enjoyed swanning about in exclusive patterns but since spring is coming it’s time to share them…with the world!
I’ve spent many, many happy hours developing my designs for fabrics and have tested them all to make sure that the patterns repeat seamlessly, that the colours are reproduced beautifully and that the material itself is comfy in terms of weight, drape and care.
All my fabrics are digitally printed to order in the UK.
So! Here’s how it works:
- Select your favourite design for summer clothes or upholstery (scroll down for details)
- Work out how many metres you need
- Contact me!
- I’ll calculate the postage cost, add that to the fabric cost and email you my PayPal details
- You pay securely online
- Your fabric is printed to order
- Your fabric will reach you 2 to 3 weeks later depending on your location
Immediately below are the designs that I’ve selected for light cotton fabric; ideal for making summer weight clothes, pillow cases, appliqué and quilting.
And below are the designs that I’ve selected for (dry clean only) cotton drill fabric; ideal for making cushions, curtains and for other upholstery projects.
…since I’m not a professional seamstress I’ve decided against making and selling finished garments but if you’re in the Vejer area I can put you in touch with a highly skilled dressmaking friend of mine if you need help with the sewing part – that way you’ll be one step closer to getting the made to measure garment of your dreams!
Please feel free to contact me with any questions!
I love spring. The first proper heat of the sun after the winter with a side dish of the most tender vegetables. What could be sweeter?
As soon as I bought this bunch of locally grown asparagus I was struck by that yummy combination of zingy green and mauve, it was a test of will to not eat it before I’d painted it.
I had half in a Thai inspired soup and the other in an omelette…delicious!