Alphabetic Chaos
Updating my mood and theme board allowed me to express my theme and market better. I was able to add elements from my project such as my colour proportion shapes and sketchbook work, to give a sense of what my project is about.
Fabric Application Inspiration
To gain more insights into the market area I could see my fabrics being used in I researched the child-friendly interiors market with the help of WGSN. It was helpful to see what is already in the market to ensure my intended products are relevant.
Colour Proportions
Development Work
I recoloured patterns that I created on Illustrator using letters in different fonts and cases.
Final Fabrics
Final fabric from the blue collection
Final fabric from the blue collection
Final fabrics from the grey colleciton
Final fabrics from the grey colleciton
Final fabrics from the green collection
Final fabrics from the green collection
Final fabric form the yellow collection
Final fabric form the yellow collection
I wanted my final fabrics to be fun and interactive so individuals could play and fiddle with them, which is often a symptom of neurodiversity. By adding loops, bumps and beading I was able to create inviting, fun fabrics.
Final Visualisations
I visualised my fabrics in fun family-friendly settings, adding realistic and flat drawn elements to give a sense of fun and playfulness.

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