PhotoFabs ~ Kaftans

These original fabric designs are digitally printed on wonderfully wearable 80% Cotton / 20% Silk.  The Kaftan was designed to showcase the fabric and provide comfort and coolness on a hot day.  This design fills my wardrobe while travelling to beach, hot or active destinations.  The drape of the fabric, and the adjustable tie, falling just below the breast makes it a piece that looks fab on people from very petite to plus sizes.

The fabric has a wonderful silky feel but is so practical with the addition of cotton.  Machine washable in cold water and hang to dry!  They look great over a swimsuit, leggings, jeans, capris and regular pants — wonderfully versatile while travelling or at home.

Each piece comes with a 4x6 photo of the original image and the provenance behind that particular Moment.

Measurements are listed under each item photo.  Please check the measurement against the Measurement Diagram Photo for reference, some adjustment can be done to the increase the hip measurement.

To order, please send me an email and I can invoice you directly via Paypal.  You can also visit our Etsy shop, which will have all available pieces listed eventually as well.  Each piece is $65.00 plus shipping.  If you are in the Greater Toronto Area, free delivery is available.

PLEASE NOTE: Poppy Breeze has already sold out, so don’t wait for the others!! Drop me a line if you wish to be notified when more of this design is available.

My PhotoFabrics are produced for a limited run only. Digitally printed on the best quality of fabrics, with movement, comfort and luxury.  Designed with colours and patterns that make me happy to look at. These pieces are part of a continued effort to create Wearable Art.

As an avid traveller and photographer (especially wildlife photography), and a fabric-aholic, I was looking to create something that involved both my passions. The fabrics designs are created from my Original Photography, taken on my travels and at home.  In some instances, only a small portion of a photograph is used, sometimes using the existing colours, sometimes playing with them, sometime leaving the original image virtually intact, at other times creating an almost unrecognizable final image, but each inspired by how the image speaks to me.

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