My vacation is coming to an end, and I’m spending the last few days in Prague before flying home on Friday. Today, I’m excited to share a couple brand-new wallpaper and fabric prints that I created that are currently offered in my Spoonflower shop .
The sculptural pattern of sand on a beach served as the inspiration for my first pattern, Blown Sand . It comes in six colors: peacock, taupe, moss, spa blue, ebony, and apricot as wallpaper and fabric.
As it is presented here, I think it would look amazing as wallpaper in a bathroom or bedroom.
I drew ragged shapes that resembled the horizontal movement of sand and colored them to give them a light watercolor appearance.
The Watercolor Leaf collection is the next, and it comes in five colors: celery, taupe, peacock blue, and blue.
This print was created using a simple leaf repetition that I then colored to give each one tonal properties in a single colorway. The majority of each print is one color, but it also has lighter and darker shades of that color.
Finally, I added an Brushstroke Stripe in three color combinations. Later this summer, I’ll add more stripe combinations in various colors.
Here is my Summer Stripe in Apricot as a round tablecloth from Roostery, a Spoonflower sibling brand that offers bespoke home furnishings and bedding:
Try one of these two tote bag patterns if you’re looking for a quick summer sewing project. They both use fabric from previous collections:
Simple Tote Bag using my Sketched Peonies pattern in sizes Indigo and Marine :
Later this week, I’ll demonstrate how I make pillow covers and curtain panels without a sewing machine for those of you who don’t know how to sew. Remain tuned.
Look for fresh designs and darker tones in the fall instead of the sunny and cheerful prints of the summer.