Meet Fabric Design Finalist Alexandra Coyle

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The finalists for our Fabric Design Contest have submitted their secondary designs, so while we get them ready to be judged, we thought we would share the designs with you and a little bit about the designer…

Meet Alexandra Coyle, designer of “Wildblooms”


Alex Coyle lives in Baltimore, Maryland. She is a recent graduate of Maryland Institute College of Art where she studied Fibers and Graphic Design. She enjoys black cherry ice cream, anything coral colored, and collecting sea shells. When she is not making art you can find her reading about far away places, picking flowers, or hanging out with her black lab, Woogie.

You can find her portfolio online at:

5 responses to “Meet Fabric Design Finalist Alexandra Coyle”

  1. Carrie in Michigan Says:
    10/11/2011 10:20 am

    I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this!!! I have already been picking out projects to use this fabric in. It’s just BEAUTIFUL!

  2. Linda Winson Says:
    10/11/2011 10:33 am

    These are fabulous designs, good luck!!!!

  3. Mary Says:
    10/11/2011 3:32 pm

    Reminds me to much of Zentangles.
    I do like the blue fabric with the white stars, but not sure how it correlates with the rest of the fabrics, it just doesnt feel cohesive.

  4. Elma Lutman Says:
    10/11/2011 5:52 pm

    I love flowers and these are just beautiful. A lot of variety to chose from and will easily fit in many quilt designs. I will be buying some if it will be available.

  5. Charlotte Says:
    11/24/2011 5:47 pm

    Your designs are absolutely amazing. I Love them. Your designs are so unique, fresh and happy. The colors amazing and I think they all go together beautifully. I can’t wait until I can buy your beautiful fabric!


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