2021 print trends

Looking immediately ahead we’re excited for Spring to blossom and hopefully tamp down this virus. But in fashion, we must look much further ahead, to the bright and sunny Spring and Summer of 2021. Today we’re diving into the print trends we expect to see flourish. We might be showing you tiny snapshots here, but Go Big or Go Home is the top take away for next Spring. Once the sun comes out, it should be shining off the biggest boldest prints you’ve seen in a decade. See something you like? Send us an email and arrange a virtual showing of the collection. This isRead More →

Textile and print design can take on many forms. One of the most common is repeating patterns. This can also be called a seamless design. In it’s simplest form, it’s a motif that can be repeated vertically and horizontally, forever, without a break in the design. Repeating patterns can be seen in everything from leggings to wallpaper. The key factor to consider when designing into this format is how your design will look once repeated out. If the fabric will be cut into multiple small pieces, the seam may not be an issue. But in larger formats, hiding the seam creates a much more fluidRead More →

JLD-Studios 2017 New logo

As the year is nearly ending, we thought it would be the perfect time to reflect on what happened in 2017. This year, we had so many new opportunities, projects, and drank gallons of coffee. Here is a quick JLD-Studios 2017 recap for you. Destination for Customized Leggings If you haven’t heard the news, JLD-Studios is now specializing in textile design and manufacturing leggings. We are very excited to take on this new business and we know that you are as well! Here are some leggings that we have designed this past year. MHARBANA is a sustainable athletic wear line that provides high-quality fabrics andRead More →

Print inspiration can come from many different things- perhaps a pattern in nature, the architecture of a sky-scraper, a vintage scarf, or even your own take on a vintage print from Pinterest. Our print designer hand-drew this picture, using some of the details inspired by a vintage print she found online. It uses some of the same lines and shapes, but she also creates her own lines/shapes to make it her own and add pizzazz. The revival of vintage trends is nothing new in fashion, as trends are hardly ever new, just a reincarnation of something from the past. Of course, the design needs toRead More →