Home Monochromatic tea towel design – Poppies Indigo watercolour used to create a swirling leaf pattern A delicate floral design inspired by Chinoiserie wallpaper Hand-painting motifs for my watercolour hydrangea pattern Mmmm, with this print, you can almost taste the summer! Perfect for fun accessories or kids textiles, this print is part of my Summer Holiday collection. Beautiful bright bouquets that are reminiscent of spring in the countryside. Inspired by a Japanese garden in spring, nothing says ‘spring has sprung’ more than two love birds in a blossom-laden tree. This is part of my Kyoto in Spring collection. Inspired by the intricacy of the organic designs in the Arts and Crafts movement Inspired by the Disney movie ‘The Princess and the Frog’, this is a whimsical pattern for all the adult Disney fans in the world. It’s a jungle out there! This print would be great for unisex textiles and quirky stationery. One of my most popular prints, this floral is full of rich, sumptuous colour. Perfect for stationery or textiles alike. Dancing Dolphins in a fizzy raspberry sea, this fun print is perfect for kids textiles and accessories! This print is part of my Summer Holiday collection. Wild roses speak of country flings and old-fashioned romance. This quirky print tells a story of scattered leaves littering a forest floor – if a forest floor was made of marshmallow. Because who doesn’t like pineapples? A field of wildflowers is encapsulated in this colourful pattern Another colourway for the Cherry Blossoms pattern. This is part of my Kyoto in Spring collection. One of my first patterns, Snowdrops was inspired by the organic intricacy of the designs by the Arts and Crafts movement.