The Textile District is beyond thrilled to work with the many talented artists, illustrators, painters and photographers across the United States and beyond! Their unique works of art combined with our broad selection of beautiful fabrics and advanced digital fabric printing process, The Textile District opens the door to endless creativity and inspiration — for custom made 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 our wide range of base fabrics, you get to create custom printed fabric by the yard that is perfect for your project at hand!! We hope you enjoy learning more about the design professionals who work with The Textile District, and shopping their beautiful fabric collections! Each design is digitally stored and available for custom fabric printing on any base fabric you choose! Be sure to create an online account so you can save your favorites to project wish lists for fast and easy shopping!
Jennie Hearing, J Luna Design
Jennie Hearing is the artist and entrepreneur behind J Luna Design, and the "Authenticity" collection on The Textile District. Drawing inspiration from travel, fashion and the outdoors, Jennie's cohesive collections use hand-drawn motifs, found natural objects, photographic imagery, watercolor and digital techniques. Her passion for color and eye for spatial balance are apparent in her designs, which are on-trend, beautiful reflections of the diversity in the surrounding world.
Jennie emerges with 10-years experience designing and running a sustainable children's apparel line, Luna Leggings. Her hand-drawn, nature-inspired designs and color-centric pieces are at the core of the success of the business. Jennie now creates cool, clean, nature-inspired art that transforms into interesting, usable Surface Pattern Design primarily for Fashion, Textiles and Home.
J Luna Design's Authenticity Collection is a beautiful balance of hand-drawn and watercolor techniques, inspired by various environmental biomes, each carefully curated to mix and match, blending Desert, Forest, Tropical, Ocean and Indigo themes.
Amy MacCready Designs
Amy is an artist and illustrator living in Seattle, Washington who draws inspiration from the year-round colors and flowers of the Pacific Northwest. After spending eight years in corporate graphic design, branding, and web design, Amy left to pursue surface pattern design, and running her own creative business. She loves designing in warm colors, textures, lines, and lots of details that make you want to keep looking. A self-taught artist, Amy creates her collections using a broad range of mediums, from watercolors and sketching to block printing to create her unique style.
Amy's newest collection, "Midsummer Night’s Dream" was created in anticipation of summer. Celebrating those forest evenings chasing fireflies or wandering through paths lightened by the moon. Perfect for children's clothing and nursery decor, this whimsical collection imagines a dream world where cute animals float in hot air balloons and foxes trot across the meadows. Each design is available in two scales and coordinating colors to mix and match!
Emily Ennulat-Lustine, Ennulat Designs
Emily is a printmaker, painter, illustrator, and jewelry artist living in Wyncote, Pennsylvania. After majoring in Graphic Design at the Maryland Institute, College of Art and Design, she discovered fine art printmaking and has been exhibiting and selling her original collagraphs for over 22 years throughout the northeast.
No matter what medium Emily is working with, nature’s intricate details and earthy palette consistently find their way into her work. Although her fine art always includes patterns and textures as a significant component, her love for beautiful interiors and fabrics has recently introduced her to the textile industry, with gardens, flora and nature at the forefront of her designs. We hope you enjoy browsing and shopping Emily's beautiful floral fabric collections, Helen's Joy and Weslia Garden, on The Textile District!
Kris Ruff, Kris Ruff Designs
Kris Ruff is an artist with a passion for color and pattern. Influenced by Scandinavian modern style and inspired by nature, Kris uses lively line work and simple shapes to create playful, energetic designs that are as contemporary as they are timeless. Her mission is to encourage everyone to have fun with color and pattern because it brings joy to our everyday lives!
Kris holds a Fine Arts degree from University of Wisconsin, and worked as a graphic artist/art director in her native Minneapolis for more than a decade. In 2000, she left her graphic design job to pursue a dream of creating her own products. As a passionate skydiver herself, Kris started with a line of skydiving t-shirts, and grew her business into a full lifestyle brand. When Kris was ready for a new creative adventure, she started designing fabric patterns and now feels like that is her creative calling! We are thrilled that she has joined us on The Textile District and hope you enjoy browsing and shopping Kris's collections on The Textile District!
Rhonda Fargnoli, Two White Dogs Designs
We are excited to introduce Rhonda Fargnoli, the artist and creator behind Two White Dogs Designs! She studied fashion and textile design at Chamberlain School of Design, and has taught art and studio art for more than 20 years. Rhonda's passion for color, fiber and textiles, and desire to help artists began when she was the Director of the Hand Knitting Design Certificate Program at Rhode Island School of Design. Her love of sustainable Fashion led her to a career with Eileen Fisher where she works today, still collaborating and educating everyone about fabric and fit in sunny California!
Rhonda enjoys painting every day, and loves to hear from clients all over the globe that her designs bring them happiness and joy. This love of color can be seen in her watercolor paintings, and original fabric designs created exclusively for The Textile District. We hope you enjoy Rhonda's vibrant colorways and unique style are perfect for apparel to home decor. We are excited about the endless possibilities you will be able to create using these beautiful fabric bases.
Shayla Johnson, Scarlet Crane Creations
Meet Shayla Johnson, the artist and maker behind Scarlet Crane Creations. Trained in product design at Georgia Tech and The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Shayla Johnson started Scarlet Crane Creations to create stylish, high-quality products featuring simple watercolor and vector art that is used to create contemporary patterns.
Shayla's unique surface patterns range from free flowing florals to bold abstract texture and geometric patterns to produce stylish and sophisticated collections to serve the handcrafted giftware, home decor and fashion accessory markets.
Scarlet Crane Creations also operates as a dedicated micro-batch textile printing house that specializes in hand-printed fabrics used to create home decor products and lifestyle accessories.
Amy Moore, afmDESIGN
With a focus on quality and value, Amy Moore's unique style keeps things fresh, sophisticated, and unpretentious while staying true to comfort, function, and beauty! From providing assistance with construction and renovations, redesigning an entire house to selecting art for a gallery wall, afmDESIGN works at all levels to meet her client needs. If you have a specific theme in mind, we show you how to mix and match coordinating colorways and prints in Amy's designer profile on our blog.