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and the 'Once Upon A Dream' fabric design competition winner iiiiiiis......

Ladies and gents, a gigantor thank you to all of you who voted! It's been truly wonderful to see so many people get involved in choosing what fabric designs we sell in our gallery and being so supportive of the artists that were brave enough to submit their work for a public vote. Okok, enough of the smushy stuff now and onto the news you've been waiting for..... 

We are delighted to announce that you guys resoundingly voted for Alice's dreamy New York architecture (one of her obsessions, she admitted) with hand drawn white illustrations on an indigo background: 

 Have a look at some more of illustrator and textile artist Alice's work here and get lost in her Pinterest inspiration here

 But the fun doesn't stop there! We did also end up deciding to pick two runners up, because although Alice was your outright winner, they got an awful lot of votes too - enough to suggest that you'd quite like to have them feature in our fabric design gallery too. 

 So, without further ado, please also give a round of applause for Anine and Kezban! 

Kezban
Check out some more of her work here. 

 

Anine 
Check out some more of her work over here. 
 

 We'll be test printing all these babies pretty soon, before putting them up for sale on our site, so keep an eye on our instagram over the next week or so for some shneaky peeks! 

  • Charlotte Hintzen
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Comments on this post ( 2 )

  • Feb 27, 2015

    I can actually totally see using the last one as an upholstery/cushion fabric, think it would be gorgeous – quite classic but with a bit of quirk, which would probably usefully tone down my all-quirk-no-class sitting room a bit!

    — Jenny

  • Feb 19, 2015

    Fantastic! Alice’s was my favourite, but the others are gorgeous too. Well done all you talented people.

    — SewSouthLondon

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