Monday, July 18, 2011

New work

Very excited to be getting these designs properly onto fabric. Problems with some screens I had made last week meant I had to hand cut the stencils for these as I wanted to take them to show a gallery today.
So on top of family commitments I got these done at the weekend and printed up tea towels and cushion covers. I have a little work to do before they go in the shop but it should be in the next week.
Mt next dilemma is whether this work should be under a different label rather than included in my Thirtyfive Flowers shops. I would love to hear your thoughts all feedback welcome, good and bad

Louise x

9 comments:

Deepa said...

so lovely!

Helen-S said...

These are great!

Dotty said...

Thay are really lovely:)

FELT! by Gina said...

Love them - so pretty.

Blueberry Park said...

gorgeous, Louise...absolutely love them. I am having the same dilemma with my work too, but think I am going to keep it all under the Blueberry Park umbrella, as customers who know me thru that won't have to get to know another personna.

sea-blue-sky & abstracts said...

I really like your designs Louise - the colours work so well too. Lesley x

Francesca said...

lovely colour combo! love the blue and grey. tricky question. it worked really well for lu summers, she had a collage-y type shop, then she started printing her own fabrics and opened

summersville.etsy.com

it really took off. i don't think she has her other shop anymore though. if you do it, it might be a good idea to use part of your name like '35flowers prints' or something, so you are linked to both. and customers from either shops know about the other one. more work though, another etsy AND folksy shop. hmmm, i'm nt helping! x

louise35flower said...

thankyou for all your lovely comments and ideas, I am going to continue with thirtyfive flowers and stock the new work within my existing brand. What I will be doing though is having a name to distinguish my own work, which I can then seperate out at a later time. I just need to decide on the name and I'm there :)

Jeanette [Maisy] House said...

Wow, Louise, these fabrics are beautiful! Love the designs. xx