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Original Fabrics

I started designing fabrics a couple of years ago.  My first was based on the saying "Well Behaved Women Seldom Make History."  Lauren Ulrich.  I did a little servey on my personal Facebook page asking my friends whose image should go with that saying.

This is the  image I came up with.  I've recently updated the graphic.  I made an art piece from an image of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and added that to this fabric.

Well Behaved Fabric Sample

I was printing this myself with  a heat press which worked great until I discovered a company called Spoonflower.   They will print your graphics on different fabrics.  It opened a whole new world for me!

Cat Fabric sample

Gray Cat Fabric Sample

Gray Cat

Brown Dog Fabric Sample

Brown Dog

Colorful Dog Fabric Sample

Colorful Dog

Rescue Me Fabric Sample

Rescue Me - every bag I sell made from this fabric, I donate a $1 to rotating rescue groups, animal shelters & humane societies.

Sassy Fabric Sample


Sarcasm I fabric sample

Sarcasm I

Sarcasm II Fabric sample

Sarcasm II

I prefer girls fabric sample

I Prefer Girls - coin and wristlet

Sci Fi Fabric Sample

Sci Fi

Motorcycle BW fabric Sample

Motorcycle Black and White

Motorcycle Color Fabric Sample

Motorcycle Pin Up Girls

Scatter Joy Fabric Sample

Scatter Joy/You are my Sunshine

Alice Fabric Sample


Agree Fabric Sample


Bear and Moose fabric Sample

Bear and Moose

Loon fabric Sample


Empowered or Believe Fabric Sample


Persisted Fabric Sample


Eleanor Fabric Sample


BeYOUtiful fabric sample


Farm Chick fabric Sample

Farm Chick

Flag fabric sample

Flag - coin and wristlet
Friends Fabric Sample

Gypsy fabric sample


Wine fabric sample


Green Horse Fabric Sample

Green Horse

Brown Horse Fabric sample

Brown Horse

Ouija Fabric Sample

Wander Fabric Sample


WW fabric sample

Wonder Woman

Santa Fabric Sample

Santa coin and wristlet

Big Foot FABRIC Sample

Big Foot - coin and wristlet

All of these above designs I use in most of the style bags I sell.  I designed them in Photoshop and manipulate the patterns so that when I print them they are the shape of the piece for that specific bag.  That way the images appear on the bag in the correct possition.  Anyone who sews knows the frustration of cutting out a pattern piece and later realizing you've chopped off the head of a creature or a beautiful flower you wanted featured isn't in that spot. 

My next foray into fabric design is making overall pattern fabric.  Just yardage with my images repeated.  I have several of those so far.  This is so fun and rewarding.

Cat FabricDamask Cats