New Summer Prints

By Kate Riley June 18, 2018

I’m spending my last few days of my vacay in Prague before heading back home on Friday, it’s been an amazing experience so far! Today I’m happy to share a few new fabric and wallpaper prints I designed and are now available in my Spoonflower shop.

The first pattern I designed is Blown Sand, it was inspired by the sculptural pattern of sand on a beach. It’s available as fabric and wallpaper in six colors: peacock, taupe, moss, spa blue, ebony, and apricot.

Here it is styled as wallpaper, I think it would look so cool in a bedroom or bathroom. :)

 

I created jagged shapes that mimicked the horizontal flow of sand then colorized it to give it a subtle watercolor effect.

 

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Next is the Watercolor Leaf collection, available in five colors: apricot, peacock blue, spa blue, taupe, and celery.

 

This print was inspired by nature, I created a basic leaf repeat then colorized each one to give it tonal qualities in a singular colorway. Each print is mostly one color but incorporates paler and darker versions of that hue.

 

 

Finally, I added a Brushstroke Stripe in three color combinations, I’ll add more stripe combinations in different colors later this summer.

Roostery, the sister company of Spoonflower, offers custom sewn home décor and bedding, here’s my Summer Stripe in Apricot as a round tablecloth:

This stripe is so great as a throw pillow and as a lumbar pillow ! 

If you’re looking for an easy summer sewing project, try one of these two tote bag projects, featuring fabric designs from past collections:

Simple Tote Bag in Indigo and Marine in my Sketched Peonies pattern:

Grommet Top Tote in Go With the Flow fabric:

For those of you that don’t sew, I’ll show you my method for making curtain panels and pillow covers without a sewing machine later this week. Stay tuned.

These summer prints are light and bright, look for deeper tones and new patterns in autumn. :)

4 comments

  1. I know Spoonflower offers the prints in a variety of fabric types.
    Which one is best for window treatments? I’d like it to drape nicely.

  2. Very pretty fabrics. I did not know about the sister company. Since I don’t sew, i’m looking forward to the next post.

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