Now Available on Spoonflower! Tailor Made Shop Fabric Designs

Tailor Made Shop Fabric Designs Now Available on Spoonflower!

Happy Wednesday guys! I have an exciting announcement to make! My first ever fabric collection is now available on Spoonflower.

I use the word “collection” very loosely. There’s no common theme or unifying color scheme.

But it is a happy byproduct of my 30 Watercolor Challenge! I started the watercolor challenge just to get myself drawing again and never did I imagine that I would be able to build a fabric collection from the artwork!

This first collection features a number of floral prints and one random feathers print. The prints are available on Spoonflower in 15 options and you can choose to print it on 20+ different fabrics plus wallpaper and giftwrap!

You can shop the designs on Spoonflower here.

The designs will also be available in scuba and mesh on my site very soon. Stay tuned!

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Adventures in Fabric Design Part Two: Relearning How to Draw & Watercolor Supplies

Tailor Made Shop Designing Your Own Fabrics

Hi guys! I recently decided to start designing my own fabric, and it’s been one big learning curve for me since I don’t have a background in surface pattern design or watercolors. Since I know that we all have to start from somewhere, I thought it would be interesting and perhaps helpful to share my journey with you.

To that end, I’ve started this series “Adventures in Fabric Design” to document my every step in this whole process. Hopefully it helps some of you who are looking get started in fabric design as well.

For Part Two, I will be covering my process for picking up drawing again and the watercolor supplies I use to create my watercolor artwork.

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Adventures in Fabric Design Part One: Getting Started

Getting Started in Fabric Design Surface Pattern DesignSome of my favorite floral prints in my fabric stash.

Hi guys! I recently decided to start designing my own fabric, and it’s been one big learning curve for me since I don’t have a background in surface pattern design or watercolors. Since I know that we all have to start from somewhere, I thought it would be interesting and perhaps helpful to share my journey with you.

To that end, I’ve started this series “Adventures in Fabric Design” to document my every step in this whole process. Hopefully it helps some of you who are looking get started in fabric design as well.

For Part One, I will cover how I got started.

This most may contain affiliate links. 

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