How to create patterns for Fabric Design

I have been dabbling in Textile Design and Fashion Design, viagra canada here are some of the things I have been trying.

I started with a watercolor painting that I did on our trip to Bali this past summer of a Protea or Sugarbush Flower. Here is a photo of the painting.  Then I scanned in the artwork and created a design with text to be repeated as the fabric design.  Also shown below is a photo of the design printed as fabric. These designs are for sale on Spoonflower: I have quite a few more designs in the works,  I just haven’t made time to get to them up online yet. If you haven’t been over to Spoonflower, click on over there and give it a looksy.  My brain goes into hyperdrive with all the possibilities I start thinking about.

 

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Click the photo below to watch a video on my design process.

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Below is an example of a tunic design I have been working on.  I designed the fabric and the sewing pattern, then had the items printed on fabric using the spoonflower site.  This was just a trial, a work in progress.  Since I created the sewing pattern as well, I did have a couple kinks I had to work through.  Which I have now.  Now I just need to print the final design again and sew it together.

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Here is a photo of the work in progress on me.  Once I get this design finalized and complete I will post another update.

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Here is a video that explains the repeat design process.

An Online Skillshare Class by Julia Rothman

 

 

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