Suzanne Shearer of PhatSheep in Scotland sent me some beautiful images of her work today, she's totally going on my list of resources for textiles. You can see why...
The talented Suzanne is a mom and a textile designer, she blogs, and she runs her studio out of her home in Scotland. How's that for girl power?! I enjoy her simple clean aesthetic and I like seeing plum, lavender, and turquoise living together in some of her prints so nicely, like on this duck tote below. I know Suzanne doesn't need tips from me, but I totally see her extending some of these patterns into homewares, like pillow covers, table linens, etc. because I think they'd be a big hit. And did you notice her seaweed scarf? It's amazing.
If there's something here that you like it's painless to purchase from her to because, surprise surprise, she's not some remote store in the corner of Scotland, her business is on Etsy in addition to her website and such. She'll also ship worldwide, another perk. I'm not sure why I've not heard of PhatSheep before, she's been on Etsy since May and I would think someone with this level of talent would have been blogged to death by now. Well, time to change things because her creations deserve our attention so spread the word ya'll.
(images from phatsheep)