Wiltshire inspired fabric designs - Wiltshire Windows and Wiltshire Berries

Moving to Wiltshire last year provided the opportunity to explore and be inspired by a new area. Here are two different patterns I've created inspired by Wiltshire. 

 I have always loved Liberty fabrics and was so pleased to discover a pattern called Wiltshire Berry. This leaf and berry pattern was designed for Liberty in 1933 by a designer with the initials DS and then redesigned in1968. I was inspired to create an updated contemporary version using the similar colours but in a different leaf and berry pattern.

 I have always loved Liberty fabrics and was so pleased to discover a pattern called Wiltshire Berry. This leaf and berry pattern was designed for Liberty in 1933 by a designer with the initials DS and then redesigned in1968. I was inspired to create an updated contemporary version using the similar colours but in a different leaf and berry pattern.

Liberty's Wiltshire Berry pattern

Liberty's Wiltshire Berry pattern

In Bradford on Avon where I now live I was struck by how the stone of the buildings was the same (honey coloured Bath stone) but the windows were all different. I started taking photos of various windows as I was out and about and then decided to make them into a fabric pattern. 

In Bradford on Avon where I now live I was struck by how the stone of the buildings was the same (honey coloured Bath stone) but the windows were all different. I started taking photos of various windows as I was out and about and then decided to make them into a fabric pattern.