12 Days of Design: Five Ways to Create a Fabric Design!

DEC 10, 2015

Creating a fabric design can be as simple or complex as you'd like. There are a number of tools that you can use for textile design, some require no training at all, others are a bit more complicated. Take a look at five of our favorite ways to create inspired fabric designs!

Underwater Friends designed by Tara Put

Break out your watercolors and paint a simple motif. 

These Little Piggies designed by Ms March Hare

Use public domain images to create a retro textile design.

Vintage Chevron designed by Bliss 24

Your computer is an incredible design tool allowing you to make simple designs using straight lines or more complex images with extreme details. 

Doodles Black and Yellow designed by Valentina Harper

Pens and markers are great tools for illustrating a simple or intricate pattern

Vintage Photographs designed by Victoria Golden

Old family photographs or your favorite shots from a recent vacation can be arranged in a collage for a personalized fabric! 

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