The Textile District is thrilled for the opportunity to work with the many talented fabric designers, illustrators, painters and photographers across the United States and beyond. Their unique works of art combined with our eco-friendly digital printing and finishing process opens the door to endless creativity and inspiration — for clothing and fashion accessories to upholstery, home decorating, quilting, crafts and more.
Each design professional brings a unique approach to color, design and style, and when coupled with The Textile District’s wide range of base fabrics, we are proud to offer custom printed fabric by the yard that is flexible enough to meet the varied needs of our customers.
Meet The Design Professionals Who Work With The Textile District
Meet Jackie Hurd, a designer and illustrator based in North Carolina and the first textile designer to add her art to The Textile District!
Jackie's design career began over a decade ago during her service in the United States Air Force where she served as both a graphic artist and a photographer. In 2016, Jackie completed her bachelors degree in Illustration, fell in love with surface pattern design and decided that as an artist, surface pattern design was exactly what she was meant to do. Jackie's pattern collections are always made from her own hand drawn (or painted) elements. Jackie's unique style is playful with a touch of magic. Perfect for children's clothing, bedroom and nursery decor to crafts and accessories.
Each of Jackie's collections are featured on The Textile District's blog, illustrating how easy it is to mix and match colorways. The best part is that every design custom prints on your choice from 10+ base fabrics and are suitable for sewing, quilting, crafting and more!
Laura Lane Design
Laura Sutthoff is the designer and creator behind Laura Lane Designs. For over twenty years, Laura has been exploring and creating. A graduate from Eastern Carolina University, Laura has been In the 90's, Laura's graphic-styled designs were silk screened onto linen, cotton and silk, and sold at art shows throughout the Eastern U.S. from New York City to Charleston, South Carolina. Laura sketches her observations into a journal, then transfers them onto paper to be painted or drawn in colored pencil. Once finalized, it's on to the computer for final colors and repeats.
Versatile by design, each color story within Laura's "Cicada Collection" custom prints on your choice base fabric making them suitable for a wide range of DIY projects ranging from apparel, quilting and crafts to upholstery and more!