Thursday, October 8, 2015

It's time to vote!

Multiflorum Collection | Fabric8 Design contest 

Multiflorum Collection | Printed fabric
It's finally time to vote in the final round! I feel like a politician asking everybody to vote for me! I got a little write up in the local newspaper, the Port Townsend Leader! That was pretty exciting! Lots of nice collections in this round, it's going to be a hard one to win, but I still really want to win...You can vote here until October 14th. Only one vote per device is allowed, but you can vote with your phone, iPad, computer, etc. If I win, I will be doing all sorts of giveaways on this blog to celebrate, so check in again after the 15th. Thank you again for your support.

Saturday, October 3, 2015

Blue Marguerite

For my last coordinate for my Fabric8 Multiflorum Collection, I decided on a flowery all watercolor design. I took an illustration right out of my sketchbook and cleaned it up a bit then created a repeat in photoshop. Marguerite, the French word for “daisy,” is derived from the Greek word, margarite, which means “pearl". I love daisies, they are simple, elegant and sweet. This cheerful watercolor interpretation speaks to their sunny disposition!

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Flora Stripe

I love stripes so of course I would do a striped coordinate for my Multiflorum fabric collection. Picture yourself sitting in a cozy wicker chair in a flower conservatory with pillows covered in that striped fabric. This hand drawn stripe has a vintage feel to me with the latin flower and mushroom names and the little trellis texture for the flowers to grow on...

Tuesday, September 29, 2015


Here's a little preview of my Multiflorum Collection. I worked on several color ways but for the final I decided to go with red after polling my friends in the US and Canada. The international consensus was to use the red one. I will show you more of the collection in the next few days…

Champignons Rouges | Multiflorum Collection | Botanical sketchbook Fabric8 Contest 2015

I put this little assortment of mushrooms against a trellis texture to keep the garden and botanical hand drawn sketch feel. Mushrooms have the most interesting shapes, and there are so many different kinds. They always pop up in my sketchbook and they make me happy! 

Tuesday, September 22, 2015


Today, my interview came out on the Spoonflower blog with the title: "Meet Lucie Duclos, Fabric8 Finalist and World Traveler". First I was an "Internationella Kreatör" in the Åland newspaper in Finland, and now a world traveler. I see a theme here, and I like it! More traveling for me perhaps? I was at my mom's cabin this weekend and the weather was simply gorgeous and the lake water so warm and clear. There was also mushrooms everywhere and they are making their way into my final collection. I have to finish my 3 design and then it will be up for voting from October 8th to October 14th. I will keep you posted on my progress!

Thursday, September 3, 2015

I made the top 8!

Woohoo! I made the top 8! So, so excited! Thank you for your votes, this could not have happened without your support. WOW! Now I have to go work on my collection and my interview. I will keep you posted on my progress…Today is a good day!

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Multiflorum in Top 100

Multiflorum by Snowflower, Fabric8 2015 Botanical Sketchbook entry

I just found out I made the top 100 over 800 entries in the Spoonflower fabric8 Botanical Sketchbook contest sponsored by Moda Fabrics. Woohoo! Moda has always been one of my favorite textile company, they have some really great collections and I would LOVE to design for them. I am so excited that my design even got into the Spoonflower contest email blast, right smack in the middle! Lots and lots of beautiful designs this year, so I will need your help to advance to the next round which is the top 8. You can vote here. As always, thank you for your support!