I’m continuing my quest for inspiring fabric sources online.
The Tonic Living (discovered via Centsational Girl) selection includes retro inspired fabrics, florals, geometric, upholstery, organic fabrics, and more. I’m not a big fan of retro style in general, but some of the patterns are really fun:
Left: Birds of Norway in espresso. Right: Bodega in chocolate. Tonic Living.
Clockwise from top left: Mona in white, Large Pretty Petals in aqua, Joyful Damask in lime, and Vintage Paisley in seaside. Tonic Living.
(The Joyful Damask I remember from another online store.)
Clockwise from top left: Drift in lime, Olive Wood in celery, Aspen in celery, and Tonal Doozie in grass. Tonic Living.
Clockwise from top left: Notions in turquoise, Berries in marine, Large Curly Swirl in aqua, and Large Whimsy Doozie in blue. Tonic Living.
Clockwise from top left: Soho in robin, Old Script in grey, Sweet William in teal, and Ikat in indigo. Tonic Living.
Clockwise from top left: Splashy Rose, Garden; Blossoms in yellow, Pretty Bird in spice, and multicolored Calliope. Tonic Living.
Looks like they have extensive descriptions of their fabrics, plus the pattern repeat information. Yay!
I also ran into Full Swing Textiles (found via Struggling to Be Stylish). I love their O’Keeffe fabric:
Clockwise from top: O'Keeffe in lime, slate, and birds egg. Full Swing Textiles.
I will probably have to buy some leafy fabric at some point – I keep being drawn to leaf patterns and florals. Funny. I never considered myself a florals person.
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