Fabric in progress…

Well, now that it’s been a while since I decided to leave Andover, that old fabric design bug is starting to kick back in. So, I’ve been grabbing some bits of time here and there to get a bit of work done, to make some progress on a next set of collections that will hopefully find a home. And since I’ve been a bit of a hermit as of late it only seems fair that I share a bit of a sneak peek…

thomas-knauer-sews-clare-hall

thomas-knauer-sews-all-the-modern-things

thomas-knauer-sews-iterations

thomas-knauer-sews-bedtime-stories-3

thomas-knauer-sews-thrift-shop-mod

Just a wee peek; everybody will have to wait until later for more…

-t

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12 Responses to Fabric in progress…

  1. 1
    Paula says:

    I love the mappish one, and the triangles/bicycles, but they are all great!

  2. 2
    Esther F. says:

    Oh wow! These are just fabulous! Can’t wait!!!

  3. 3
    Denise in PA says:

    Love it all, Thomas! Great job and I hope you find a fabric home soon so all this all becomes reality soon!

  4. 4
    DianeY says:

    Ooh! I really love these – especially Clare Hall

  5. 5
    Rachel says:

    Awesome designs! I especially like Clare Hall.

  6. 6
    Paula says:

    Loving all of these and hoping to see them in print.

  7. 7
    Lauren says:

    I love your color palettes so far! They all look like they’ll be gorgeous.

  8. 8
    Tori says:

    I really like all of them! Both the colors and patterns are awesome.

  9. 9

    These are all fabulous collections and I hope they make it into fabric very soon – they’ve already sparked off ideas for quilts/blocks!

  10. 10
    DianeY says:

    They are all beautiful, but Clare Hall is my favorite, especially the map print!

  11. 11
    Jamie says:

    The colors in these collections are so modern and fresh! Just preordered your book on amazon:)

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