my wilderness fabric in a cabin in the bush


One of my most popular wilderness fabrics has found its way into the rugged Alaskan bush. And I could not be more delighted. Come take a peek…


How sweet is this cabin? Tidy, cozy, masculine and very welcoming. I can see a snowy day, a fire in the fireplace, a nap, some knitting and a pot of stew simmering away.


If you are interested in taking a look at this fabric or the whole wilderness collection you can go here.

Wilderness Fabric Collection is done!


Finally. I am excited to be able to show you this collection in its entirety! I've worked on this off and on for over a year. So it is good to have pulled it all together and finished it. You can see it all on Spoonflower

Spoonflower is a print on demand site. You choose your design, you choose your yardage, you choose the fabric you want to printed it on and order.

This collection was inspired by an amazing trip to Alaska several years ago. I also created a font Wilderness Doodles. Most of these illustrations come from that font.

These prints are offered as fabric, wallpaper and wrapping paper. The uses and combinations are endless. Any, or all of the prints would make a great quilt for your outdoorsman or woman. Wallpaper a wall in the man cave and add some throw pillows. Or a friend is using one pattern in this cabin in the bush... curtains, tablecloth, napkins. Options are endless. Pick just one pattern or use all one color or use them all together. They were designed to mix and match.

Coming soon will be dish towels. Four dish towels on one yard of fabric.