New Fabric: Mixtape

Mixtape fabric © 2012 J. Thomson

Mixtape fabric © 2012 J. Thomson

Note: the copyright notice you see in the watermarked image above does not print on the fabric of course.

 

New fabrics: Hand-Drawn Polka Dots

Dots on Robin's Egg Blue Dots on Rust Dots on Orange Dots on Goldenrod Dots on White Dots on Black

New collection of fabrics available on Spoonflower.com: tiny hand-drawn polka dots in coordinating colors. These are the same colors I used in my hand-drawn stripes pattern, so you can use any combination of them together and the colors will match perfectly.

Note: The copyright notice you see in the watermarked images does not print on the fabric, of course.

The first word

NOTE: This is the second in a series of posts documenting my process of creating an installation entitled “Lorem ipsum…”. You can see all the posts about this project using the navigation buttons above. Look under Fine Art > Installation Art > Lorem Ipsum.

"a" from "Lorem Ipsum..." © 2012 J. Thomson, all rights reserved I received the test print on fabric on Saturday, much sooner than I expected. These were printed on 100% cotton “quilting weight” fabric, which is the cheapest Spoonflower offers. It looks okay, but I think in the end I might go with something heavier and tighter, something like the organic cotton sateen or linen-cotton canvas.

Since this is just a test, I only ordered a single fat quarter (which is 18″ x 21″). The largest size hoop I can fit on that is a 16″ word, so I chose “indignation”. Continue reading