Illustrator based in the Isle of Man. Her interests lie in British culture, general anthropology and watching people, the environment, mathematics and pattern. She largely uses water colour, acrylic, and computer based image making software.
TLDR - Free 8” swatch of fabric in any of my available designs, Free P&P too (worldwide) using this link
For 22 more hours (between noon EDT on Tuesday, Aug. 19th, and noon EDT on Wednesday, Aug. 20th), one and all can get a free 8 in. x 8 in. test swatch of Eco Canvas printed with my designs. This offer is open to US and to non-US customers. Shipping is also free. Limited to one free swatch per household address.
Eco Canvas is a heavyweight 100% polyester canvas made with 45% recycled content. It’s perfect for those projects that require a sturdy, durable fabric. This fabric features bold and vivid colors that hold up great to multiple washings. Eco Canvas is ideal for upholstery, home dec and bag projects.
100% polyester: 45% recycled content, plain weave
54” wide printable area (137 cm)
8.7 oz per square yard
Estimated shrinkage: 1%
Produced in the U.S.
Appropriate for backpacks, totes, storage bins, chair seats, sofas, ottomans, plushies, play mats, kids shoes and “jean” jackets
Testing is recommended when the printed fabric will be exposed to heavy abrasion (rubbing)
Both have introduced bedding to their collections this month - both as duvet covers without pillowcases. The prices compare as such. (these are based on my prices, each designer sets their own on RB)
Twin £58.73 N/A
Queen £72.78 £58.34
King £86.32 £76.02
Also - why in america is queen smaller than king? That’s gonna confuse a lot of British folk. Luckily they supply dimensions.
Twin 68” X 88” N/A
Queen 88” X 88” 88” X 88”
King 104” X 88” 104” X 88”
oh no, scrap that. This just brings us onto another thing to consider my fair countrymen and women - our ‘double’ duvet size is 200cm (77”ish) squared so the US ‘twin’ is a UK ‘single’ but still pretty much neither of these products will fit our duvets comfortably
Buuuuut If you’re still interesting in purchasing a new duvet from either of these companies (maybe you’re not english…maybe you have a US duvet for some reason… maybe you’re clever and are going to use it for something else entirely like a wall hanging or a summer sheet) I personally recommend Redbubble at this point from the designers point of view.
My reason being that with Redbubble you can be really picky about layout and size as you can upload an entirely separate high res file for it, where as with Society6 you have to use the same upload file for the duvet as the tote bags and scatter cushions. I’m worried about upscaling, and personally for my designs - i’ve found that this hasn’t translated well. You can see for yourself on the pics above.
Also it infuriates me that i cant opt out of some of the designs for bedding with S6. If i want totes and cushions i have to have bedding - regardless of whether the design suits it or not - please don’t judge me on that!
Well, i hope that helps some people even if it does put you off buying something with my design on. I’d rather you know what you’re getting yourselves into. :)