19 April 2013

Maze and Vale delicate screen-printed textiles and artwork

I first met Leslie Keating from Maze & Vale at The Finders Keepers market in Sydney last year and was blown away by her delicate screenprinted textiles. My friend Lisa introduced us, and once we got chatting I noticed her dropsheet artworks, featuring the random placements of colour and pattern from screenprinting. They are breath-taking!
Gorgeous dropsheet cotton canvas artworks stitched onto watercolour paper (and a limited edition oobee toy).
Hand screen-printed linen.

 Hand screen-printed quilting weight premium cotton fabric.

One-of-a-kind foldover tote (and other limited edition products) made from cotton canvas dropsheets.

Leslie's fabrics in muted palettes with sweet patterns are super-versatile - ideal for everything from a baby's quilt, to kids clothes, to a tote or clutch for Mum. I would loooove a bed linen sheet set with pillow in any of Leslie's pattern designs. They work so beautifully together that any designs in the current collection are perfect to mix-and-match.

You can find Melbourne-based Maze & Vale textiles, artworks and accessories in the online etsy store. If you are quick, head over to the blog or Facebook page where you can enter Leslie's current giveaway. It's a good one!

Images: Maze & Vale


  1. Aw, thank you so much for your kind words, Steph!! And that is so great that you mentioned bed linen - it's something I'm hoping to get happening in the next year or two so ace that you think it would work! : )

  2. Oh Leslie - bed linen would be incredible! Can't wait to hear all about it.

  3. Love Leslie's work! It's so gorgeous! Yes bed linen!!! :)


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