Fabric Frenzy Challenge: Special Prize Winners

Announcing the Special Prize winners of our Fabric Frenzy Challenge! We were looking for a wide range of fresh, unique designs  that could be used on everything from furniture and throw pillows to children’s home decor and apparel. Our community of talented artists submitted truly inspirational designs. Congratulations winners!

Visionary Award
For the fabric design that feels truly differentiated and new

When Frankie Met Flora by Amina Frances
Runners-up: Garden by Susanna Nousiainen and Folk Butterflies by Morgan Ramberg


Man Cave Award
For the best fabric design that will appeal to a male customer for home decor products

Geolines by Chi Hey Lee

Runners-up: Optical Triangles and Stripes 3 Collection by Bethania Lima, Lumberjack Stack by Maria Koontz and Window Plaid by Blustery August


Illustration Award
For the fabric design that features playful hand-drawn sketches, caricatures, or illustrations

Animal Friends by Eve Schultz

Runners-up: Bicycle Couple by Chi Hey Lee and Little Redheads by Aga Kobylinska 


Color Award
For the freshest use of color or color combination in a fabric design

Citrus Daze by Susan Asbill
Runner-up: Half Circles by Megan Monismith 


Dark Night Award
For the fabric design that best uses dark colors in a fresh and interesting way

Wonderland garden by Claudia Orengo

Runners-up: Sassolino by chocomocacino and In A Row by Paper Dahlia


Bohemian Chic Award
For the fabric design that best represents the modern free spirit

Shimmer by Lori Wemple
Runners-up: California Garden by Tatiana Nogueiras and Hidden Leaves by Alethea and Ruth


Neutral Palette Award
For the fabric design that best incorporates a neutral palette yet is still very unique

Painted Triangles by Alexandra Dzh
Runner-up: Compass Dash by Amy Kross 


Classic Award
For the fabric design that celebrates a classic design aesthetic, but with a modern twist

Moroccan Trellis by Stacey Meacham

Runner-up: Floral by Phrosne Ras


Elegant Award
For the perfect fabric design that suits an upscale, formal home

French Linen by Heather Francisco

Runner-up: Belle by Seven Swans and Magnolia Leaves by Megan Murrell


Tossed Award
For the fabric design that has a pattern repeat that is thoughtfully approached and doesn’t feel linear

Great Shapes by Morgan Ramberg

Runner-up: Watercolor Marble by Iron Range Artery 


Painterly Award
For the best fabric design that looks hand-painted (still a repeating pattern)

Splatterdash by Patrice Horvath

Runner-up: Penny Thoughts by Carrie ONeal and Textured Waves by Shiny Penny Studio


Newbie Award
For the best design from a designer winning for the first time

Baa Baa Cream Sheep by Jaqui Falkenheim


Adult Small Scale Award
For the best tight, small scale pattern for adult home decor (for use on curtains or similar product)

Dot Dash by Ariel Rutland

Runner-up: Starred 2 by Kimberly Morgan 


Adult Large Award
For the best large scale, bold pattern for adult home decor

Cobalt Fronds by Angel Walker

Runner-up: Mod Wedge by Heather Francisco


Adult Table Linens Award
For fabric design best suited for table linens (table runners, placemats, napkins)

 Abstract Leaves by Jocelyn Edin

Runners-up: Sketched Willow by Katharine Watson and Geofetti0 by Dozi


Adult Bedding Award
For the fabric design best suited for bed linens
(quilts, comforters, pillows, sheets)

Carved Triangle by Rebecca Turner

Runners-up: Meadow by Lori Wemple and Brushed by Beth Schneider


Adult Curtain Award
For the fabric design best suited for a curtain

Foliage by Kampai Designs

Runner-up: Blue Egg by Kim Johnson


Adult Pillow Award
For the fabric design best suited for a pillow

Modern Scandinavian by Ashlee Townsend

Runners-up: Woodland Romp by Griffinbell Paper Co. and Mud Cloth Organic by Erin Deegan


Children’s Large Scale Award
For the best large scale, bold pattern for children’s home decor, such as play tents and large pillows and large playmats

Tropics by Itsy Belle Studio

Runners-up: You gotta be kitten me by Heather Francisco and Bead and Scallop by Kristy Kapturowski


Children’s Bedding Award
For the fabric design best suited for children’s bedding

Surf’s Up by Shirley Lin Schneider 

 Dove Flight by Rebecca Daublin


Children’s Furniture and Accessories Award
For the fabric design best suited for children’s chairs, pillows, stools and hampers

In the Jungle A by Stacey Day

Runner-up: Berries by Lori Wemple 


Children’s Curtains Award 
For the fabric design best suited for children’s curtains

Cool Cacti A by Katy Clemmans

Runners-up: shattered by chocomocacino  and Key Biscayne by Lisa Travis 


Best Dressed Baby Award 
For the best design for baby apparel

Oh My! by Oscar & Emma 

Runners-up: Maeve by Oscar & Emma and Friendly Kittens by Everett Paper Goods


   Children’s Apparel Small Scale Award
For the best tight, small scale pattern for children’s apparel, for example for use on a bodysuit

Lima Line by Amy Kross 

Runners-up: Mountains of Merriment by kbecca


Children’s Apparel Large Scale Award
For the best large scale, bold pattern for children’s apparel

Lemons by Genna Cowsert

Runner-up: Heart Flutter by Ariel Rutland


 Best Dressed Boy Award
For the best design for toddler boy apparel

Animalstellation by Sweta Modi 

Runners-up: Elephant March by Katy ClemmansLittle Surfer by Itsy Belle Studio and Dinosaur Stomp by Kissyfish


Published March 26, 2018

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