While Linea Carta offers a lot of lovely paper items, I got hooked on the screen-printed linens, which features simple yet cool screen-printed designs in the form of tea towels, aprons, napkins and coasters.
A sweet little touch of pretty for your everyday breakfasts! :)
Willow Ship is the one woman show of former graphic designer Blake. With a soft spot for eco-friendly linen and screenprinting, she creates cocktail napkins and pillows with wonderful printed shapes and patterns. Colors are subtle, yet get noticed!
I think they are stunning and perfect for any hostess occasion, but then again, why not use awesomeness for your everyday self, right?!
“Handprinted Linen Fabric” by maramiki (Chicago), $40 a yard.
I’ve been looking around on Etsy for fresh screenprinted fabrics, just cause they are always so pretty and inspiring to look at!
Turns out A LOT of the designers I found are from Australia! (What’s up with that? Will anyone pleaseee provide me with a link to their screenprinting pimp?? lol)
Hawt stuff, right mate? :)
“Bird in Paradise” by umbrellaprints (Australia), $12 for 4 pieces of 15cm X 10cm.
“Handprinted Linen/Cotton Fabric” by maramiki (Chicago), $40 a yard.
“meadow” by summersville (UK), $6.50 for 9.5in x 14in.
“Warm Grey Concentric Arrow” by moyou (Australia), $15 half a meter.
“Nesting Tomato on Birch” by AuntyCookie (Australia), $22 half a meter.
“fabric remnants (doll faces) pack” by mikodesign (Netherlands), $15.
“Woodland” by ofpaperandthread (Australia), $13 half a meter.
“Big Pack no.2” by hollabee (Australia), $13.50 for 2 pieces of 50cm x 65cm.