I love my new Art Nouveau Fabric Collection! It’s the bomb! Or should I say that it’s the sun peeking out from behind a puffy cloud in my celadon blue sky? Whichever way you look at it, I love it– and I hope you will too.
It takes forty-two six-inch square swatches to fill up a yard of printed fabric. Why is this important? It’s important because… every time I create enough swatches to fill a yard, I try to do so because it’s a much better deal to buy one yard with 42 swatches than it is to buy just a swatch or two at a time from Spoonflower. I just filled up another yard of swatches–so now I get to post these for sale.
Celadon Blue Dirigibles Fabric
Back to my Art Nouveau fabric collection: I’ve created six Art Nouveau designs for fabric. Three colorways feature steampunk dirigibles (on celadon blue, pink, and sepia), two feature seasonal vignettes, and one celebrates motherhood and boys. I’ve posted them for sale on Spoonflower, and now they’re available for you to buy and enjoy.
Shown here on the left is my Art Nouveau Steampunk Dirigibles design on celadon blue.
What can you make with this? How about pillows, curtains, and a bedspread for bedroom decor?
This design would work well in a steampunk-themed quilt or as wallpaper in a crafting room. And what could be better for a shower curtain than this delightful steampunk design?
Sepia Dirigibles Design Fabric
While it prints well on cotton (and I have the swatch to prove it), the softness of this design would also lend itself well to fabric with a nap or stretch to it, like a stretchy knit for pajamas or soft celosia velvet for a sophisticated set of pillows.
I really enjoyed working with this design so much, that I had to create two more colorways in sepia and in pink. The sepia fabric is more vintage in coloration. I created it for the young men in my life who prefer a more masculine set of colors and themes for home decor and bedding. I think my son might enjoy this.