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FEATURES

Simply This was featured in Home Beautiful, 2014.

ABOUT SIMPLY THIS

Simply This is a small independent textile company based in Sydney, Australia. The company started with a desire to produce beautiful produces with interesting design elements and handmade quality. We print fabric designs on natural fabrics using the Australian landscape as a main source of inspiration.

We love to work with pure linen and organic cotton. Our inks are water based, nontoxic and fabric dyes are also environmentally friendly. We also try to use local production to construct our products.

Our Products

Our printing is done by hand, ensuring a small range of products to maintain a high quality and create a produce that is desirable to collect. Quality is extremely important in our production process giving our product longevity

Our Shop

We retail on-line and wholesale.

SIMPLY SHIBORI BOOK

The fascinating Japanese art of resist dyeing, or shibori, is one of the richest textile traditions in the world, dating back to the 8th century. Shibori art can often be seen on traditional kimonos and obi sashes. Full of beautiful home projects that are simply and easy to make, Simply Shibori shows how plain fabrics can be dyed and upcyled into stunning home décor.

Including step-by-step instructions for every project, this treasure trove of attractive projects includes an assortment of cushions, covers, pillows, clothing and accessories, up-cycled lampshades, table runner, and napkins, to name just a few.

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SIMPLY THIS BOOK

Simply This is a craft book that celebrates natural tones, organic textures and found objects. Fiona Fagan shows you how to print your own beautifully patterned fabric using stencils that can easily be found around the home. The book also includes over 30 projects you can then use to create a unique gift or something special for yourself, for any area of your home – the bedroom, the kitchen or the living room.

Recycle – using found or treasured materials to embellish and add to your designs, making each project different. Spend a morning or a weekend to create a new look to your dining room, bedroom, kitchen or bathroom. Add a designer touch to your personal objects as well.

Linen and cotton are ideal for these projects and with some simple recycling, the projects are inexpensive to make. The fabric-dyeing processes are cheap, safe and easy to do in any home kitchen with no messy chemicals or complicated processes. Includes step-by-step photography to guide you through each stage.

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NOVEMBER’S SHIBORI WORKSHOP

By |November 30th, 2015|

We had a great afternoon at our Shibori Workshop, in the garden, being creative.  Lots of experimentation, laughs and blue hands!  Can’t wait to share my passion for Shibori at the next workshop on 13th […]

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MAGAZINE CHRISTMAS TREE DECORATION

By |June 21st, 2015|

Everyone has the odd old magazine lying around that they just can’t throw out…. Here is a great idea to up cycle them and a great excuse to keep buying those magazines! It will take […]

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CHRISTMAS DECORATION

By |June 21st, 2015|

This is a little bit of up cycling, which makes me very happy. Christmas decorations are so expensive and they really don’t last long when you have children’s little hands around at Christmas time. This […]

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