A curated collection of Christmas prints by Alicia Pazos, Alanna Cavanagh, Circe Oropeza, Shannon McNab, Louise Cunningham and Vivian Yiwing.
Mountains, Plants and creatures – bits and elements Ophelia imagines she would see in wildlife. This collection consists of large scaled prints on cotton duck fabric.
We used Sarah Kirsten patterns for many of our projects, and they could not have been more perfect with this new heavy weight substrate.
A mysterious and dreamy collection full of petals, plants and peeping eyes. Look a little closer for the wondrous, magical details found intertwined in nature.
With a mixture of botanical elements and bold geometrics, this collection is a sophisticated take on growth and abundance, and the renewal that comes with the changing seasons. Meant to draw just a touch of attention, Spring Reverie is bold and fresh, and a little bit retro.
All images below are of our Reverie Jacket, available at the Cloud9 Marketplace.
A collection created with natural rhythms and plenty of detail. Natural Beauty has been inspired by Louise’s recent move to East Anglia, England.
Field & Sky is a celebration of nature through the medium of watercolor. By using fluid brush strokes and expressive colors, Yao Cheng captures the emotional beauty of landscapes, blooms, and skies.
We teamed up with Maven Patterns – their retro/modern looks are well suited to the pretty prints on our new cotton sateen – a versatile fabric for styles from tailored to flouncy.
Newcomers Briagell Perret, Lisa Baudry, and our popular designer Leah Duncan come together in this unique array of laminate prints. Easy to clean laminates are great for aprons, cosmetic pouches, rain coats, and more.
This collection illustrates a beautiful early morning walk in the woods, when the newly damp air is greeted by waves of dancing mushroom blooms and graceful garden snails. The collection was named after the small wonders under the timber trees.
‘Whitehaven’ tells a story of an English summer with its vast skies, pretty meadows and gentle flowers. Inspired by memories of long summer holidays as a child, each pattern is named after a place in England that has a particular meaning for me and evokes a special memory. The colour palette is bring yet soft, giving a feeling of warmth and sunsine.