Thursday, October 15, 2009

Eyes of Glory

I have fallen in love with designing fabrics. I have taken another of my small works that was in watercolor with pen and ink and transformed it into a fabric design. Now if any of you know any of the big wigs at a company that makes fabric (Moda, Northcott, Blank Quilting, Hoffman, Free Spirit, Marcus Brothers, etc), please PLEASE ask them to look at my designs here. I need a stepping stone to getting it manufactured. Thanks! (I have a blender designed to go with this, but I am not posting it, yet.)

Are y'all getting tired of looking at these?

11 comments:

Petit Debutant said...

hey Gene,

I found your blog through the comment you made on mine. Have you tried Spoonflower yet? They're not a big Fabric company but it is a place to get some of your designs printed on fabric

Petit Debutant said...

Oh I just saw your previous posts, guess you do know about spoonflower! Do you also know about the JSU fiber arts festival? It's a non-juried event and entries are only $5

Greg said...

Yet another great design Gene.. When you get these produced by a big company, we'll all be wanted samples, you know at least a bolt of each!

Pat said...

Yes...do listen to Greg as he is quite correct. And...of COURSE we are not getting tired of seeing these designs. Do you follow Kim W's blog or Rachel (p.s. I quilt)?? They both do stuff for Moda, I think.

Kat said...

stunning! keep em coming! I believe that is my favorite so far...

Barb said...

How can we get tired of them....they are awesome...totally!!!! I can't wait for something to come of this...will you sign my fabric?

Barbara said...

I think there's a market for your colorful creations, good luck with finding a way to share them!

ooglebloops said...

Wish I knew of a connection - you will have to blaze the trail for us budding fabric designers!!! I love seeing all your designs!!! Keep 'em coming!!!

sewmeow said...

Gorgeous! I love this one! Good luck with finding the right company to produce these into fabrics. I'll be the first one to want some of them.

Royce said...

Sometimes a possible way to get your first designs on fabric is to do them for garment companies. I've done that. I did several veggie theme things for a Chef wear place. They were just made into chef pants and aprons but it was still a lot of fun and a good learning experience. This was before I started sewing and I didn't even know what a repeat was.

quiltingnana said...

it is absolutely gorgeous...too bad I don't know a company to recommend to you