WHAT DO YOU WANT TO SEE ON FABRIC?

REPEAT is right around the corner!  We are seeking suggestions for design challenges.  Each month the contestants will have a theme to help guide their creativity.  What have you always thought would be awesome on fabric, but you have yet to see it on the shelf?  Colors, motifs, textures, whatever you can think of.  Leave a comment with your ideas.

If your idea is used as a design challenge, you will receive a fat quarter of the winning design for that month!

If you had so much fun dreaming up ideas of what to put on fabric, perhaps you should consider entering REPEAT.  12 days left!

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10 comments on “WHAT DO YOU WANT TO SEE ON FABRIC?

  1. Linda Warren on said:

    How about a gradation challenge. It could be a gradation of color, value, or texture.

  2. How about life cycles in nature???
    egg in nest, hatching, baby, adult bird. Bright ones, like Goldfinches, Cardinals, etc.
    flower bulb/seed, seedling, bloom. Peonies, Daffodils, Poppies.
    Thank you.

  3. Roz Daniels on said:

    You’re a Scandanavian designer and have been snowed in for a month.

  4. Roz Daniels on said:

    Design resulting from doodles…

  5. 20 designs resulting from a single random image a photograph perhaps

  6. picket fences – just different types of fences.

  7. New York city landscapes/skyscrapers

  8. susan alexander on said:

    watches/clock faces, fonts, hangers
    cannot wait to see what happens next!

  9. Roz Daniels on said:

    Circle and solids (no gradations or shading)

  10. Roz Daniels on said:

    Well, I meant: Circles and Solids (no gradations or solids)

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