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Neon abstract fabric by wren_leyland on Spoonflower - custom fabric

Preview scale: 24 x 24 inches.

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By C. Wren Leyland

Thanks to all who used my fabric, and sent compliments! All designs are original drawings unless specified; all rights reserved. You may sell crafts made with my spoon-printed fabric, or purchase licensing rights. Upload your photos!

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Description:

Fuschia, orange and green swirl together in this abstract unpredictable plaid.

Brighten a room! Dress to startle. Hues may print less intense on certain fabrics. Original digital painting 2011-12, all rights reserved. Colors modified 2014.

Other tags:

lace ornate (12)

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wren_le...

wren_leyland says: Thanks! It is understandable that the fabric stores order what they expect to sell (I love many of those designs too). That's the elegance of print-on-demand in its various forms -- a greater diversity of design comes forth, with less risk for the producers. I agree with you that Spoonflower is chock full of great designers!

Posted over 4 years ago.

kcs

kcs says: I just spent way too many hours in a fabric store & note: 1) spoonflower has designers as talented (and more!) than those employed by major fabric houses, and 2) there are already A LOT of very cute, bright, cheerful, floral, dot, chevron (etc) designs on the market. Of course, this wasn't a high-end store. And of course the market is saturated with those types of designs (many of which I really love) for a reason...BUT, it is nice to see someone wiling to branch out into a different color palette. It seems to me that some of these designs would be awesome for interior decoration.

Posted over 4 years ago.

wren_le...

wren_leyland says: Katherine, thanks! It's a little dark for Spoonflower culture, but some people like to design their own clothes and costumes with a mysterious or historical slant. I hadn't noticed your ya-ya, la-la and go-go designs before... I'm enjoying all your patterns.

Posted over 4 years ago.

kcs

kcs says: This is a great collection!

Posted over 4 years ago.