Colors Speak To Me, now available for purchase at Spoonflower.com. Shown above printed on Spoonflower’s new fabric, Performance Piqué. Also available printed on other fabric types, as well as custom gift wrap, wallpaper, and wall decals.
What does it say about our supposedly great and civilized society that in the midst of economic recession, the government bails out mega-banks (and their CEOs and shareholders reap the rewards) while our venerable cultural institutions—public art museums— are forced to consider selling off chunks of their collections in order to keep the doors open? Continue reading
People have often asked me if I make neckties (in addition to the bow ties I’m already known for), and why I don’t make them.
The truth is, I’ve never had an interest in making them since I rarely wear them. However, lately I’ve been wanting to make a few neckties because I had some gorgeous fabric that isn’t suitable for bow ties: it’s either too thick, or the pattern is too large to make an impact in the relatively small area of a bow tie. Continue reading
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Colors Speak To Me, © 2014 J. Thomson. All rights reserved.
This colorful pattern is now available from Spoonflower.com on a wide range of fabrics, wallpaper, gift wrap and wall decals.
American Toile:Four Centuries of Sensational Scenic Fabrics and Wallpaper is a new book by Michele Palmer (Schiffer Books). From the publisher’s site: “American toile is scenic fabric and wallpaper that bring the story of America to life. It is fifty percent American history, fifty percent fabric history, and one hundred percent fascinating!”
My “Trailer Trash Toile” (seen after the jump) is included in this book. Continue reading