Our fabric patterns

The pattern collections are not made to just look nice. Each has a specific purpose. While some are designed as tools to integrate different functions, others are created to enhance inner balance or zoom in on the healing shapes of nature. None of our designs are time-sensitive, so our library of fabrics will keep growing.

 

The Elements

These fabric patterns are made as tools to balance the different functions related to the basic elements: Earth, Water, Air and Fire. Read more and see the collection... 

 

Equilibrium

The fabrics in this collection are all made to enhance inner balance. 

Read about this collection and look at the designs...

 

Wonders of Nature

The fabric patterns in this collection are all based on different healing patterns found in Nature. The one on the left is inspired by a shell.

Stay tuned for this release!

 

Sacred Threads

What if you could wrap a prayer around your body or wear a specific mantra close to your heart? The purpose of this collection of fabric patterns is to welcome the sacred into our lives.

Stay tuned for this release!

 

Production

 

All of our fabric patterns are produced and sold through Spoonflower. Sustainability is at the heart of their business. Their focus is to:

  • Reduce the use of materials, energy and water by choosing a pigment printing process instead of reactive dye.

  • Minimize fabric waste by only printing what is needed, plus recycling and transforming any fabric waste.

  • Ethically source materials from a small group of trusted vendors.

Read more about their sustainable approach here.

Why is this better?

 

This is a different way to produce fabric patterns, adapted to individual needs and preferences.  

  • You can print the quantities you want (no minimum order) so there will be very little leftover materials. You even have the possibility to just order a swatch.

  • You have a choice of different materials (the organic options will hopefully grow). For now we recommend Organic Cotton Sateen if you plan to make a Simple Shirt.

  • There is no limit to the amount of designs. Whole Threads' library of fabric patterns will continue to grow. No design will get "out of season", since this is not the way we work.

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