What a whirlwind. Thanks to everyone who came by to check out my latest work and the gorgeous art from Linda Jung and Lisa Phillips Markham. I set a huge challenge for myself creating the outfits for the fashion show and items for SOS. I no longer dread the sewing machine. ?? Feeling good but exhausted.
Every once in a while, I’ll get a prompt to create a tea towel calendar. Many people collect them, featuring them on the wall the year they are printed for and using them as dish rags at the new year.
Here is a collection of calendar designs I have created that you could make tea-towel or posters from. I will update these designs to 2020 in July, 2019.
See the current collection at Spoonflower.
Lovingly drawn geode-like rocks and stones illustrated by Eleanor Ramsay. Custom sizes available upon request.
Available in a variety of substrates.
My 2015 calendars are now available at Spoonflower. These can be ordered on 18×27″ linen-cotton for tea-towels or as posters either in the wallpaper (heavy stock or sticky-back) or giftwrap (lighter-weight paper). Click any image to go to its shop page.
What does it mean to go on a cosmic journey? Spoonflower artists were challenged to create designs exploring this theme in June 2014. I’d been creating some bold geometric space-like prints influenced by a long cold winter listening to Sun Ra. So, I took some of these ideas and created this collection inspired by the Cosmos, Mythology and Afro-futurism.
See the entire Cosmic Journeys collection and purchase fabric, wallpaper or giftwrap at my Spoonflower Shop.