Meet the Designer: KerrynB Designs

Meet the Designer: KerrynB Designs

Published by NannetteD on 29th Jan 2022

Join us in welcoming Kerryn Egel (soon to be Butler) of KerrynB Designs to The Textile District! We are excited to bring Kerryn's unique florals, stripes, and geometric prints to our online fabric catalog!

Drawing inspiration from nature (especially flowers), Kerryn describes her style as "somewhere between traditional fine art and folksy with a modern edge." As a self-taught landscape and portrait artist, Kerryn evolved from fine art painting to digital designing from her home in Port Lincoln, South Australia.

Kerryn's "Nostalgic" fabric collection features twelve designs in four seasonally-inspired colorways! Each seasonal story is carefully curated to mix and match so you can create unique apparel for your spring wardrobe to home decor, including vibrant placemats, table runners, cloth napkins, kitchen towels and more! Every design is digitally stored and available to print on any base fabric you choose. As a final touch, our reactive dyes and eco-friendly, OEKO-TEX® certified process produces beautiful, soft and colorfast fabrics for apparel to home decor! You can also shop her complete fabric collection in our online catalog >> Shop Fabrics by KerrynB Designs!

So let's get started!!

Decorating with Color: Nostalgic in Spring

Decorating with Color: Nostalgic in Summer

Decorating with Color: Nostalgic in Autumn

Decorating with Color: Nostalgic in Winter

How To Order Custom Printed Fabrics:

Each image represents 27" of printed fabric and clicks through to the product page for easy ordering:

  1. Select the base fabric (16+ options)
  2. Choose a color way (click the icon)
  3. Enter the yardage quantity you need
  4. Add to cart to order

As always, if you have a question or need help choosing which base fabric option is best for your project at hand, we are here to help. Please send us a note or give us a call. We'd love to hear from you.

Shop Fabrics by KerrynB Designs

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