Snow White and Rose Red Puppets

The latest fabric design challenge at spoonflower is to create a puppet design on a fat quarter. Since I love fairy tales, and I like to maximize my space in my designs, I did all the main characters in the tale "Snow White and Rose Red". It's a lovely tale of enchantment which can be read here. They are designed for small hands, and the bear and the prince are meant to be sewn together for a quick transformation. The other puppets need a coordinating backing. They are hand-painted in gouache, and were so fun to design.
Voting doesn't start till Thursday, but I noticed there are lots of fun puppet designs already visible at spoonflower.

4 comments:

victoria on May 11, 2010 at 3:14 PM said...

"Snow White, Rose Red, would you have your old friend dead?" Do you have the Let's Pretend version? I love it and I saw it on Spoonflower's flicker spool. (Spool? Thing.)

victoria on May 11, 2010 at 3:15 PM said...

Stream. Stream.

kate on May 11, 2010 at 3:46 PM said...

one of our favorites! this is what my girls want to be this year for halloween. :) these are fantastic.

Meredith on October 22, 2011 at 9:36 PM said...

I'm aware of Spoonflower and had been debating making some of my paintings into fabric designs...but it never occurred to me to print actual sewing projects onto cloth.

My brain, it is HUMMING! Your blog has inspired me!

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