22 July 2009

Hip Products: Spin Spin Handmade fabric goods

Our Aussies are so talented, especially at screenprinting and textile design. Have you seen Spin Spin Handmade yet? You'll find a range of tea towels, pillow/cushion covers, buttons, and softies, hand-crafted from original screen-printed fabric, designed, printed and made in Melbourne.

I dig the interior-friendly colours and use of typography which will have a timeless look long after deer heads and birds (love them as I do) have lost their lustre. Susan from Spin Spin Handmade also works with natural products as much as possible and all fabric inks are water-based and eco-friendly.

You can find Spin Spin Handmade on Etsy and Madeit (Australia), and stockists in Australia which can be found on the Spin Spin Handmade blog.

Check out more Australian textile designers profiled on Bondville here.

Images: Spin Spin Handmade

11 comments:

  1. oooooohhh, thanks for the info Steph, great fabric!

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  2. Love the fabrics, that Elephant is so cute too!

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  3. Oh, I love the Alphabet Elephant!!!
    (thanks for your email Steph )

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  4. Love these - I posted a short article on tea towels the other day which included links to Arthurs Circus, a stockist of spin-spin.
    Yes, you Aussies are very very talented, the craft movement seems to be thriving down under. So inspiring!

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  5. Aren't these simply stunning? I think I'll have to get that elephant for my latest little grandson in Sydney.

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  6. you're right, that elephant is very cool!!!

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  7. Those natural colour combos are gorgeous.

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  8. Hi Rebecca, Melissa, Petra, Hot Fudge, Jade and Lisa - glad you like - I think that Susan might have really struck a chord with these designs!

    Kickcan - so great to have your stop by. I loved your post on tea towels; I'm also a fan of a cute tea towel. Although mine always end up stretched on canvas rather than doing the washing up!

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  9. Gorgeous fabrics! Love the elephants...

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  10. Keep forgetting to say thanks for your kind words, Steph, and to everyone else for the lovely comments. Aww, shucks, glad you like :) Hearing nice things makes it all worthwhile.

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  11. Those elephants would look good in your store Kim!

    Susan - it's my pleasure; and so great to see how much everyone loves your work.

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