I have always had a love for the work of the independent designers over at Spoonflower. The fabrics are always unique and are well printed on Kona Cotton (my selection).
This week I picked up some new fabric in which I want to make pillows from. I love the reds and the grunge look of the print. The designer is Holli Zollinger, collection Coral Summer.
I have already started using this math fabric in my blocks as a low-volume print. I love this fabric and representation of my STEM background. The designer is Berene Campbell, collection Text Fabrics.
Which is your favorite fabric or designer @ Spoonflower.com??
Linking up with Fiona @ Finding Fifth for Sunday Stash.
Also, don’t forget to stop by tomorrow as I will be giving away a handmade item and a craft supply object for SewMamaSew Giveaway day.
I have been looking around for fun fabrics to use in future projects, and I found what I was looking for on Etsy.com. Here are some of my new fabrics:
Fabric: Fly a kite
Designer: October Afternoon for Riley Blake
Shop: fabric shoppe
Fabric: The Simple Life Quilt
Designer: Tasha Noel for Riley Blake
Fabric: Polka dots purple panda
Designer: Cosmo Japanese Prints
Fabric A: Chairs and Ottomans in Meadow from Perfectly Perched
Designer: Laurie Wisbrun
Fabric B: Castle Towers in Purple from 1001 Peeps
Designer: Lizzie House
Fabric C: Clothes Line on Cream from Lucy’s Crab Shack
Designer: Sweetwater for Moda
Fabric D: Put a lid on it in Charcoal from Retro Kitchen
Designer: Michael Miller Fabrics
This is a quick post – just to share the sale that spoonflower.com is currently offering. This is my favorite place for fabrics and this sale makes it easily affordable.
I am so excited. Today, I got a package of new fabrics from Spoonflower.com – which has amazing print designs.
Fabrics for our quilt
Fabrics for boys kids quilt
Purples and Greens for future projects
I also went by the Goodwill shop, recently and found some more ties. It was a good find.
The last thing, I wanted to show was the labels for some of my new products in my Etsy store “Squeek Crafts”. You can actually make your own labels with an ink jet printer.