Print Show Recap with Michelle and Chelsea
Last month, Chelsea and I had the exciting experience of exhibiting for the first time at Surtex at the Javits Center in New York City, and then at Inception in High Point, North Carolina.
In this live chat we will walk you through our preparations for the shows, an overview of our budget and what we will do differently next time. There will also be plenty of time for questions.
Jun 20, 2018 11:00 AM EDT- Members can grab the link here.
Unable to attend? Ask your questions here.
NOFAIL Seamless Pattern Webinar with Sherry London
Immediately following our Print Show Recap, TDL members are invited to join Sherry London for a free webinar on creating a seamless pattern from a painting or image that wasn’t designed as a pattern.
Jun 20, 2018 12:30 PM EDT- Members can grab the link here.
I am so excited for this month’s challenge!! When Chelsea and I were at Surtex last month we spoke to a number of brands from markets as varied as accessories, bedding, women’s apparel, quilting fabric, and classroom decor, all of whom were interested in seeing conversational patterns. Animal patterns were a particular standout in terms of what people were looking for, so we thought it would be great to capitalize on that for this month’s Chelsea’s Challenge and encourage Lab members to develop a collection based around animals, birds, or sea creatures.
Upcoming Events in the Lab
Here’s a quick roundup of some fun events happening in the Lab:
Wednesday, June 20th at 11am EDT: Print show recap with Michelle and Chelsea.
Tuesday, June 26th at 11am EDT: Guest Expert Speaker: Ronnie Walter
Monday, July 16th: Summer of Creativity
These events are all FREE for TDL members. Mark your calendars!
Weekly Art Critique Please join Michelle Fifis for our live art critique held THURSDAY at 1 PM EDT. This is a fun event where Lab members come together to review artwork and ask questions about pattern design, marketing and sales. A registration link will be emailed out early on Thursday morning and will also be posted in our Weekly Art Critique forum. Textile Design Lab members can watch past critiques here.