Caught myself lingering on the Fat Quarter Shop site today. I saw so many thoughtful and inspired fabric designs I just had to blog 'em out. Looking to be bitten by the inspiration bug? See below.
|Sesame Workshop - Red Tonal Elmo|
I love the "Andy Warhol" -type effect when it is done creatively, and this iconic Elmo print has got it going on. Paired with other elements like the super-trendy stitchery, the distressed texture, the monotone, everything adds up to a fresh and modern take on Elmo. (Check out this Jolly Jabber blog post to see Red Tonal Elmo paired with a couple other prints that really add up to a WOW statement!)
|Heather Bailey - Fresh Cut (Mums)|
not too symmetrical. All of this equals= I love it!
|Amy Schimler - Fly Away Home|
Hey, I love every Amy Schimler fabric collection I've ever laid eyes on, but how cool is it to see her working in a little bit more of a modern graphic style? I love seeing her designs interpreted in this way - really flat colors, really detailed, clean lines. It is another winner. Love her palette, too. Here is a lavender that is on the blue side, mixed in with some hot pink and some magenta— a color combo I crave often (no wonder I'm drawn to this one)! The pops of saturated, orangey-yellow are just right. Super-cute owls, birds and butterflies—what's not to love? This one also comes in a teal colorway.