Proudly introducing a new design for Christmas 2018: my Lino Print Holly Leaves Collection - available on Christmas Party Invitations, Photo Cards and coordinating stationery.
All these products are available via my Zazzle store and are highly customizable.
To find out more about the Christmas Party Invitations before buying click here
To find out more about the Christmas Photo Cards before buying click here
As well as being available on swatches/fabric, my Lino Print Snowflakes print is also available on ready-made table linen at Spoonflower (Roostery, Spoonflowers sister-site, has now been taken in house).
I designed the print to be modern but elegant so it won’t date quickly.
There are 20 color options to choose from, so choose a neutral color for a Christmas table cloth or table runner that you can use for years to come. On the other hand, if you want a bright pop of color on your Christmas table, you can always add it with napkins or place mats in hot pink, acid green or coral.
Head on over to Spoonflower to have a look.
Do I win an award for the most hackneyed blog post title ever? Yaaaaay!
Should I be heavily fined for mentioning Christmas in October? Probably….but I do have a valid excuse.
My new fabric design at Spoonflower features stylized lino print snowflakes in a connecting but broken pattern. It is perfect for crafts, quilting and making lovely gifts for your loved ones, so I’m mentioning it now because that stuff takes time to make.
As you can see from the above picture, the design is available in 20 colors: choose from soft neutral colors, pastels, brights, darks and the traditional red. You can buy everything from an 8” x 8” test swatch, to a fat quarter, to full yards/meters.
If you’re in the UK/Europe, don’t worry about ordering from a US based company. Spoonflower also has a manufacturing facility in Berlin, so there will be no import charges.
Oh, and if you’re into quilting, I have made some ‘cheater quilts’ fabric from both this design and from my Lino Stars pattern. The ‘cheater quilts’ consist of the prints at various mixed scales in 6” squares, so you don’t need to piece anything together.
The squares have a very faint shaded line between them, and you can either use the fabric as it is, sew along the lines/borders for a square padded effect or add a few stitches at the corner of each square (my favourite option) for a softer quilted look. The last option is also a great option for kids if they want to make a Christmas gift for a friend or family member.