Now In Stores | Lines & Shapes by Leah Duncan

Lines & Shapes by Leah Duncan is now in stores!

Blazer pattern by Grainline Studio

Inspired by the perfect combination of blush, indigo, and gold, Leah’s Lines & Shapes collection echoes her love of capturing stark beauty through geometry and simple patterns found in everyday life. 

Genoa Tote pattern by Blogless Anna

Genoa Tote pattern by Blogless Anna

Blazer pattern New Look 6035

Genoa Tote pattern by Blogless Anna

Now In Stores | Floret by Leah Duncan

Floret by Leah Duncan captures the effortless beauty of nature and celebrates the flora found in her hometown of Austin, Texas.

Batiste is a soft and airy fabric that is perfect for shirts, dresses, skirts, and scarves. Prints in this collection range from light and delicate, to bright and bold, never losing their feminine appeal.

We also offer a coordinating Warm White solid batiste, which works great for lining in your batiste projects.

Tie-neck Camisole from Sweet Dress Book by Yoshiko Tsukiori

Bishop-sleeve Blouse from Sweet Dress Book by Yoshiko Tsukiori

Cape-collar blouse from Sweet Dress Book by Yoshiko Tsukiori

Kimono Tunic from Sweet Dress Book by Yoshiko Tsukiori

Tie-back Tunic from Sweet Dress Book by Yoshiko Tsukiori

Tunic with Neck Ruffle from Sweet Dress Book by Yoshiko Tsukiori

Meet Our Newest Designer | Leah Duncan


Cloud9 is thrilled to announce our latest addition to the Cloud9 Collective lineup, Leah Duncan. Look for her debut quilter’s cotton collection, Lore, premiering in October for March delivery. Then we’ll quickly follow up with Yucca, a versatile voile collection specifically with garment making in mind. Learn more about Leah:

After two years in Brooklyn, Leah recently located back to Austin, Texas where she loves the tacos, sunshine, and topo chico.


Her brand started with a dream and an Etsy shop in 2008, which has quickly grown to include retailers internationally as well as collaborations with companies such as Schoolhouse Electric, Urban Outfitters, O’Neill, Galison, Teva, and the Land of Nod. leahschoolhouse Her line consists of locally sourced textiles, stationery, and home goods with many items produced by hand in her studio. Each piece in Leah’s collection is hand drawn and reflects her unique sensibility and soft color palettes. Inspired by a love of nature, her east Austin neighborhood, the southwest, and her cherokee roots she has established a recognizable voice that speaks simplicity and beauty with quirky and organic themes.


Leah is really excited to be working with a company in the fabric industry that matches her ethos in a desire to create beautiful things with as little environmental impact as possible. We are just as excited to have her on board!

Visit Leah online: