is when your own fabric designs are delivered.
A few weeks ago I shared my first four custom fabric designs in this post. Truthfully... That post was not intended to be published when it was. I just forgot that I had it scheduled. And did not have much written about those pieces. And how happy I was to see my first designs on fabric!
These three new designs just arrived yesterday from Spoonflower. I can understand why so many quilters go into fabric design. We all LOVE fabric don't we? And who wouldn't want to see their name displayed proudly along the selvage of a fabric you designed yourself?
Well, Spoonflower doesn't provide you with that option. So on this Little Feathers yardage, I photo shopped it in! Hahaha!
|low volume Little Feathers on white background
Along with the Little Feathers, I also created an Ants print on a plain white background. These little crawlers are here to invade your summer picnic. But they don't eat much.
Some of those ants are larger than others, but they all seem a little lost.
|low volume Ants on white background
The third design is called Gobble D Gook. It is a text print of random strokes in a typewriter style. But there are a few hidden gems that can be read if you look closely.
My sassy daughter Erin is listed.
|low volume Gobble D Gook on white background
And a few other favourite words.... Like QUILT. Of course my son Russell had to be included. But not too close to Erin. They get along very well if each is given their space.
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