Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Wild Horses . . .

Wild horses couldn't drag me away from making patterns.

15 comments:

kwinkunks said...

Really lovely! I love your animal patterns. I'd love to hear more about how you go about designing a pattern -- what you start with, how you plan to repetition, colouring choices etc. I'm fascinated!

Ruzu said...

pretty pattern :D

orange you lucky! said...

dear kwinkunks:)
I just put on Cee Lo Green, turn on A.Illustrator... and the rest does itself. There's no method to my madness.

Louise Allen said...

Lovely lovely designs beautiful colours! I'd also love to know where you get your colour inspiration from you use stunning combinations.

alison said...

Fantastic! As always your work is incredibly inspiring!

Srta. Medusa said...

Your madness it´s amazing! :D I wish I could do such great patterns

Anonymous said...

Just bumped into this beautiful blog!! I adore the playfulness, and the skill. I will continue to visit, thanks for sharing :)

sandy said...

didn't mean to be anonymous!

Maren said...

this is my favorite of all the ones you have done. love it.

Aurora Cascudo Román said...

wonderful, it´s fantastic, it´s one of my favorite, too!!

;)

congrats

Rigel said...

Really nice work. I love everything about it. Excellent colour choices.

Jenni said...

oh my geez. i love this. i want it in a fabric form. do you sell fabric patterns on spoonflower or anywhere else??

Doe said...

I'm with Jenni. These would make a fun, fun, FUN quilt for kids and the young at heart. I'm still hoping someday you'll consider selling these (and other prints) on Spoonflower and perhaps a part of new fabric collection in the near future.

orange you lucky! said...

I wish It was easier to produce my own fabric. I can't do Spoonflower. Shipping overseas is so expensive, it taking all the fun out of it... I know I'll find a better way... one of these days:)

Anonymous said...

When Will You have a wall paper collection?