‘Lemonade Bubbles’ fabric

My ‘Lemonade Bubbles’ fabric was featured recently  in this sunny-themed piece on Michelle Bartholomew’s Half Square Headlines site. It’s fabric number 4 below.  Thanks, Michelle!  (You can find Michelle’s blog  here.)

“Keep your face always toward the sunshine and the shadows will fall behind you.”
-Walt Whitman
Image sources, clockwise from top left:
one | two | three | four | five | six

‘Lemonade Bubbles’, like all my fabrics, is available from Spoonflower (www.spoonflower.com).  To find me, you need to choose ‘Designer‘ in the search options and put amanda_jane_textiles in the search box. Or just click here.

Spoonflower head office is based in America, so American readers can order from there and pay in dollars. However, there is now a Berlin office, so you can order within Europe and can pay in Pounds sterling or in Euros.

Spoonflower prints on a huge range of fibres and fabric as you can see from the list below:

Performance Piqué
Performance Knit
Modern Jersey
Cotton Spandex Jersey
Organic Cotton Knit Ultra
Sport Lycra
Basic Cotton Ultra
Kona® Cotton Ultra
Cotton Poplin Ultra
Poly Crepe de Chine
Silky Faille
Lightweight Cotton Twill
Organic Cotton Sateen Ultra
Linen Cotton Canvas Ultra
Eco Canvas
Heavy Cotton Twill
Faux Suede
Silk Crepe de Chine
Performance Piqué
Performance Knit
Sport Lycra
Any design can be printed on any fabric. I currently have over a hundred designs available.
You can also order wallpaper or gifwrap from the site.
Here are a few more yellow-based Amanda Jane Textiles designs:
Little Leaf                         Beach Ball                    Mama Camel and baby
One of my favourites is ‘Cornish Sandcastles’ because it reminds me of holidays in Cornwall with my family:
Amanda Ogden, Cornish Sandcastles.jpg
 This is the image used for the July page of my 2017 calendar. I am sending the pages out (as a PDF) a month at a time to anyone who reads this and would like one. Fill in the form below and I will send one out to you for July and then a page for each remaining month of this year.


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