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Dinara Mirtalipova

You may recognise the style of the Wild Field collection, as it is designed by Dinara Mirtalipova who designed the quirky Swim Team range of fabric that we wrote about on here last summer.

Wild horses galloping across a summer meadow and wind blowing through your hair as you witness the beauty and color of the fields; these are the images brought to mind by the beautiful new collection. Read More

Jennifer Sampou – Black & White collection

Last week we received the sophisticated new collection from Robert Kaufman, designed by, Jennifer Sampou. The monochrome prints (the collection is called “Black and White”) are inspired by nature and feature motifs such as feathers and birds.

Jennifer has had a long career in print design, studying at the FIT in New York and University of Vermont, before working for Laura Ashley in the late 1980s. Read More

Lotta Jansdotter – Follie now in!

Hotly anticipated here at Brighton Sewing Centre, Follie (Lotta Jansdotter’s new collection for Windham Fabrics) is now in the shop and on the website.
This is the fourth collection that we have stocked, and Follie features fuchsia stripes, oversized checks and taupe woodcut nature prints, all designed in her scaled back and considered aesthetic. Read More

Maude Asbury – Spooktacular

Halloween Georgia Dress – pattern By Hand London
Fabric usedMaude Asbury – Spooktacular – Boo

The Georgia Dress is very flattering dress with fitted bust and a panelled skirt that hugs the waist and skims the hips.There is also a choice of slinky shoulder straps or a wider, Read More

Wendy Kendall

Wendy Kendall is a UK designer based in Staffordshire, she has graphical, clean approach that mixes playful patterns/textures with quirky handrawn outlines. She loves bold colours against bright whites and particularly enjoys creating designs for children.

Wendy Kendall was one of the first designers for Dashwood Studio, her first range, Petite Street, was so well received they had to re-print it again and again! Read More

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