My pinup girls illustrations printed on Spoonflower cotton sateen, washed and ironed. What am I going to make? Follow my IG story to find out! #illustration #design #surfacedesign #pinupgirls #spoonflower #fabric #fabricdesign #sewing #art #artoninstagram #customfabric
Some goodies came in the mail today! 3 yards of my Painter's Palette fabric on Silky Faille, and 3 yards of my Pineapple Whips fabric on Cotton Poplin! Both are available in my Spoonflower shop! (Link in bio.) #fabric #textiledesign #surfacedesign #fabricdesign #design #textiles #paintpalette #painter #dolewhip #pineapplewhip #illustration #disneyland #spoonflower #sewing #sewingproject
New fabric came in the mail, and I'm super stoked! It's my London Ink border print design (in organic cotton sateen), now available in my Spoonflower shop! #design #illustration #inkdrawing #london #londonskyline #surfacedesign #textiledesign #fabric #spoonflower
My family threw me a superhero-themed baby shower today, and I thought I would make a special piece to wear for the occasion. I sewed this tunic out of my “Onomatopoeia!” fabric design printed on Performance Knit from Spoonflower. It was my first time working with knits, but this material is amazing: light, great drape, and the colors come out particularly vivid on this. It’s also got some moisture control, so ideas for athletic apparel are endless! You can purchase this fabric in my Spoonflower store! http://www.spoonflower.com/profiles/jaana #spoonflower #fabric #design #sewing #fashion #me #pregnancy #maternity
Tracey of the Steampunk Wolf Etsy Store makes these fabulous arm warmers from some fabric I’ve designed! Apparently the Video Game Geek controllers design were featured on a popular blog and Tracey is consequently swamped with orders for them! Pretty cool!
You can buy the “Video Game Geek – Paper Cut-Out Controllers” fabric from my Spoonflower store: http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/2016792
And buy arm warmers from Tracey’s Etsy store: http://www.etsy.com/listing/167555851/video-game-geek-arm-warmers-old-school
You can buy the “We Work in the Dark to Serve the Light” Assassin’s Creed-inspired fabric from my Spoonflower store: http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/464968
And buy the arm warmers from Tracey’s Etsy Store: http://www.etsy.com/listing/167544618/assassin-creed-inspired-arm-warmers?ref=shop_home_active
How funny! And creepy! I googled “spoonflower” and a collage with me on it turned up which was used on ponoko.com. Albeit an unknowing one, can I officially call myself a model? HAHA!!!
By the way, you can buy my fabric used for the dress I am “modeling” here: http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/425862
I finally spent Guy and Jennifer’s ( @guyselga @girlselga ) birthday gift from July, and received some of my fabric in the mail today! 1 yard of “Video Game Controllers” on performance knit, 1 yard of “A Queen’s Ransom” on cotton voile, and 1 yard of “Meowstooth” on basic combed cotton! They came out wonderful, and Spoonflower’s new performance knit is FABULOUS!
I’ve had these amazing Japanese fabrics for a few of months now, and I finally did something with them! They were gifted to me by my cousin-in-law, Ryan, and his wife, Alexandra, who lived in Japan for a number of years due to Ryan’s station in the Navy. I had about a Fat Quarter of each one, so I didn’t have any room for error; consequently, I furiously debated with myself as to what I should make out of them. I finally got inspired and made this sort-of reversible faux obi, or “Fauxbi,” as I like to call it. It’s my first time making such an accessory, and I think it turned out pretty well. I think it adds a bit of flare and personality to a solid-color ensemble, in lieu of a traditional belt. There is still more fabric in the goody bag they gave me, and I can’t wait to get started on those!
Look! Jen Harrold made this cool pillow from some of the Super Mario inspired fabric I designed! According to her, it only takes a fat quarter of fabric to add a little personality to your naps. You can read all about it and her other cool craft projects on her blog! Thanks, Jen!
You can get the fabric here:
Or visit my whole fabric shop for more video game fabric, as well as some other random things!