An Izannah Conversation Print in Fabric

One of my goals this year is to learn about fabric design.  I really love old fabrics and some of the "conversation prints" in old fabrics are so fun.  I made my own "Izannah inspired" conversation print using the doll image from Izannah's patent. 


I uploaded the image at Spoonflower and got a sample sent to me printed on cotton voile.  Cotton voile is semi-sheer.  You can also choose to have the design printed on Kona or quilting fabric.  I've printed on the quilting fabric before at Spoonflower.com and like it but it's a bit thick for tiny dolls. The voile would be perfect for very small creations.

So if you're a quilter, and you like Izannah Walker dolls, then I've made this fabric available for purchase on Spoonflower.  It's my first design but not my last.  It reads somewhere between a pink and a red, a little on the salmon side.  Kind of like a faded red.  A fun color to put in an antique inspired quilt.


Dixie Redmond

"Do not let what you cannot do
keep you from doing what you can do."

John Wooden




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