What’s the Final Christmas Fabric of the Week? Oh, Christmas Tree

SEP 10, 2009 updated May 30, 2016

White Trees by Juliann Law

After three marathon weeks of Christmas fabrics, we have the final winner: White Trees by illustrator Juliann Law, available as a special, limited edition for the next six days in the Spoonflower Etsy shop. I thought the competition last week was pretty stiff, but she emerged as the clear winner from a large field (you can refresh your memory of the designs in the voting here). Totals were:


And now, on to Halloween voting!

Halloween fabrics, round 1

In the first of two weeks devoted to our Halloween fabric design theme, we have twenty-one new designs up for voting [new entries are closed, but stay tuned for a new theme announcement next week]. The competing designs and designers are:

Folk Art Pumpkin Lady by Joanne Harper   
bats_orange by Shala Kerrigan   
halloween-2 by Amanda Kaffka  
little ghosts by Wilma Boekholt   
IMG_0042 by Kathy Deggendorfer   
'ghostiewords' by hbclothdiapers   
Halloween by mel latthitham   
looking death in the eye glyph by Jane Marlow   
'halloweenparade grey' by Susalabim   
Happy Halloween by Eva Mari Kirkvaag Bjørgum   
Jackolanternfabric by Karen Hart   
Witch1 by Kathy Fronczak  
jordnöt halloween purple by Mollie Johanson  
Halloween Thorns by Ginette Callaway   
Jack_-o_-lights_fabric_4 by Sylvia Ion   
glowing_bonesIII by Kweli Kitwana   
'Candy Corn Party with Faces' by heartsandlaserbeams   
ghoulie girl dancing dots by Amy Lyons   
Torrid Westies by Kim Niles   
BattyCat by Tricia Tharp  
Halloweencat2 by Alice Langton   
Memento Mori by Lisa Jonte

Vote here. Follow the voting in real time here.  

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