“Every fabric I design begins with a hand drawing. Inspiration for a new print can strike at any time so I always carry a camera with me to photograph reference images to go on my studio wall. I like to use a range of different media when drawing including watercolours, pencils and fine-liners.”
All the fabrics are printed in the UK using eco-friendly digital pigment inks. This process uses 95% less energy than traditional screen printing.
When the fabric has returned from the printer, each item is cut out by hand and sewn on an industrial sewing machine by Rhiannon. This process ensures the products are made to a high quality with tough stitching for great durability.