Colette Moscrop

teal white and oatmeal mid-century Morden printed fabrics

Textile designer and screen printer Colette Moscrop works from her London home studio and produces a range of fabrics for use in sewing projects. The fabrics are ideal for embellishing with embroidery, for making bags, cushions and quilts and for details on clothing, such as collars and pockets.

Inspired by urban living, nature and styles from the 1920s – 1950s, each design has a modern simplicity and retains a hand drawn quality. Rich colours bring the designs to life and all are hand screen printed with eco-friendly inks onto linen and cotton.

Fabric is available by the panel, along with kits to make embroidered cushions or a Japanese Rice Bag. Patterns are available to make accessories.