Wednesday, November 18, 2009

sneak peek... my first P&B collection...


Just a little sneak peek (of samples) of my 'mod kitchen' collection for P&B Textiles. It wont be available till early next summer... but I was itching to show you:)

36 comments:

Jillianevelyn said...

These are fabulous!

Michelle | Cicada Studio said...

Of course they're all wonderful! But I really adore the monotones- so fresh and unusual for a "solid".

Congratulations!

Jenean said...

These are gorgeous!! I love them!

jenny said...

Awesome. My blogroll is almost entirely crafting and quilting blogs, save yours and one or two others, so it's neat to see your crossover into fabrics! Love kitchen prints.

Tam Rice said...

Dear, Helen. Please, please make Christmas dishes, so I can buy them. I just discovered you, and now I can't get enough!

strawberryluna said...

That's fantastic! Congratulations. These are beautiful.

Buzz's Food Lady said...

can't wait!

ellencrimitrent said...

super cute Helen- love them!

daisy janie said...

Very fresh & mod!! Congratulations - so fun to see designs come to life bit by bit!

restitcherator said...

Very cute, and super usable. Love sneak peaks!

Melanie Martin said...

Yay! I was hoping your illustrations would make their way onto fabric. Now I just have to find a supplier.
Yay,yay,yay,yay.

Thanks for the sneak peek!!

Aurora said...

SWEET!!! These are beautiful!!!
I can't wait!!

wood & wool stool said...

So pretty these fabrics! I think I like the pots & pans the best ;-)

Ulla V. said...

And oh my, I will look forward till early next summer. They are absolutely magnificant each and every one. No wonder that you wanted to show them here. :))

You definitely rock on textile too. :))

lisa stubbs said...

They look fabulous thanks for sharing:)

Sam said...

I can't wait!

Beth said...

I was hoping you would get to design some textiles! I love your design sense! They look great! Beth

aimee said...

these are dynamite! so friendly and happy and fun!

lorena said...

Oh I can't wait! Congratulations! :)

Pilgrim Lee said...

may i say its VERY kind of you to design fabric that will match in my kitchen so perfectly ;) how did you know?! haha

great work. well done, you!

Kelly Medina said...

These are fantastic! Congrats! :)

kris said...

Congrats Helen!They are all beautiful!!

Lara Brehm said...

congratulations!! Helen Dardik on fabrics = pure gold! keep going!! We want to see more! :)

orange you lucky! said...

Thanks guys!!! I've got the best readers ever!
These aren't very good pictures and the release date is far away... but you made me feel more exited about it than ever:)!

Jill Phillips said...

Love love these! Will look lovely in my new kitchen :) xxx

Melissa said...

Wow! Those are FABULOUS! I can't wait to buy them. They all made me swoon!

Pamela Kirkpatrick said...

Helen! It's like the stars have all alligned. I have a bakery and I need it outfitted, you post new textiles. Something brought me to you again :D Can't wait to have these lovely designs out and in use everyday!

graphic genius :D

Megan O said...

Oh I am so glad you are designing fabrics!! I can't wait to buy them!!!

Jane Foster Blog said...

Really beautiful!

Pattern and Perspective said...

Nifty. I was looking @ some perpetual kid site and your alum bottles sold @ BlueQ were on there. http://www.perpetualkid.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=3491
I did not know that.

Tula P said...

FINALLY! I have been waiting for this! Wahoo to you.

Natascha Rosenberg said...

Looks fantastic!! Congratulations!

c.m. said...

I have been waiting forever to see your illustrations on fabric! Looking forward to these prints being a part of my kitchen. Congrats!

Janna Widdifield said...

Has this fabric become available yet...so excited to purchase some for my kitchen!

xlpharmacy reviews said...

i believed in first view that it was one piece because it looked very cool, but now that some people had the same impression as me you make just one piece.

Cherry Creek Denver said...

So cute!!!! i love them :) Really nice information. I want to thank you for the efforts you have made in composing this article.