Our Spoonflower assignment this week is a Monochrome Duvet. Last week I designed a warm pink duvet. Light and soft. This week I went dark. Referencing classic Chinese elements, with modern simplicity. Rows of uneven “egg” dots add interest and visual texture.
The collection includes variations of the main design. A nature inspired print, stripes, and solids all compliment one another.
Voting is now open, until the 29th. Thanks so much for taking the time to look. 🙂
What other colors would you suggest for this design? Neutrals? Greens? Black and white? Maybe a red white and blue version? I appreciate your opinions. I have a quilting friend who said she could happily put this to use for that purpose. What are your favorite colors for bedding?
Harley’s Flush placed at #952 of 1390 with 20 votes. Click here to view the top designs.
Thanks so much to all of you who took time from your busy day, to place a vote. 🙂 I’m grateful.
The countdown begins soon!
Our 30-Day Creative Gathering is an informal gathering of creators. Just paint each day in September. Or sketch, or take a photo. Do you crochet? Work with wood? We welcome all levels, all mediums.
Creating each day does not have to mean completing a finished piece. Work in progress is welcome! You can choose to follow a theme, experiment with new tools, use a new palette. Or not. At the end of the month, each artist will create a collage of their works. If you have not done that before, we can help.
Gathering together gives us the opportunity
to connect with others,
make new friends,
and cheer each other on.
Help us spread the word!
It’s OK to start late.
It’s OK to participate even if you will not be able to do all 30 days.
Hope to see you there!