Sonia Nudel Snavely in California saw the image of the bikini on the Paisley Power Facebook page and commmented “i love that design on a bikini”. She obviously liked the paisley pattern very much. Sarah Evans in London also commented on the photo. She wrote, “I adore it! Well done Patrick“. Clare Rountree in Honolulu saw the photo and bought one of the bikinis online. She wrote, “Amazing!! This is perfect for these honolulu summer days!!”
Here is a photo of the design.
There are lots of other colour versions of the Paisley Positivity design. They are all available to order as lengths of fabric or as rolls of wallpaper.
A menswear designer, Oscar Udeshi, bought another 2 metres of the Paisley Positivity design (dark blue version) printed on Lightweight Cotton Twill. The Paisley Positivity collection was created by designer Patrick (Pat) Moriarty in January 2020. Oscar is a successful menswear fashion designer, who has shown his collections at Paris Fashion Week. He is also a former chairman of the British Menswear Guild. He has two Udeshi stores; in Mayfair UK and Milan Italy. Here is a photo of a pair of Udeshi shorts made with the Paisley Positivity fabric.
The public reaction to the shorts, made with the Paisley Positivity fabric has been extremely positive. Kathryn Rayward, TV presenter, commented “Stunning Pat 💙💙💙💙”. Tamara Schneider, Australian designer wrote, “These look fab ❤️”. Dean Sexton (Central Saint Martins menswear graduate) wrote “They look awesome”. Bärbel Dressler, Swedish designer and tutor, commented “Love this pattern!”. Este MacLeod, artist/designer wrote, “This is awesome! Well done Pat”. Here is an image of the actual design.
It’s a thrilll for designer Patrick Moriarty to have his stylish paisley fabric chosen by a world-famous fashion designer in order to make terrific fashion garments for the popular Udeshi menswear collection.
A collection of unique women’s scarf designs were designed by Patrick Moriarty on behalf of his client in Turkmenistan. He originally drew all the designs by hand on paper and completed them using Photoshop software. The design pictured below is an elaborate symmetrical paisley pattern in many colors. The background color is deep purple. The scarf design has a very elaborate paisley border. For religious reasons, in the center of each scarf, there had to be a plain circular area, as this part covered the top of the wearer’s head.
Here is another of the paisley scarf designs that Patrick created for his client. The large square scarves are worn as headscarves by women. The background color is terracotta. This design has lots of elongated paisley symbols that intertwine and overlap creating a flowing elaborate pattern.
Here is another paisley scarf design, which has several layered border sections. The colors chosen were navy blue, sky blue, turquoise, orange, white, burgundy and, pea-green as the main colors. As mentioned before, the central area had to remain plain (not patterned) for religious reasons. The design was hand-drawn in Southend UK. It has overlapping elaborate paisley symbols.
Here is a video of one of the scarves printed with one of Patrick’s unique paisley designs. The scarf is made of micro-modal fabric and was manufactured in Italy. Not all the scarves were made in Italy, some were made in Switzerland. The scarves were sold to customers in Turkmenistan and neighboring countries.
Patrick sells his own scarves as part of the Paisley Power collection of fashion accessories. Patrick owns the trademark for Paisley Power, his textile brand. One of his most popular scarves is the Paisley Prince Songbook scarf, which is made of silk. The purple paisley design has lots of unique motifs that symbolize songs by Prince.
Designer Patrick Moriarty makes small personalized fabric bags with his unique printed textiles. A customer recently asked to have the words “Yes Lisa” incorporated in the printed design on the bag. Patrick has created a personalized design to include the chosen words. The personalized Prince-themed bags can be ordered online from the Paisley Power Shop. The words “Yes Lisa” are part of the opening lines of the Prince song “Computer Blue”, which is one of the songs on the bestselling album Purple Rain.
Patrick has recorded a video of him showing the early stages of the bag-making process. He is shown cutting the fabric with a metal ruler and a rotary blade fabric cutter. He displays all the pieces necessary to make the personalized bag, which include the printed front and back pieces, the two pieces of purple cotton lining fabric, and a purple zip. He also shows some completed bags with other customer’s names incorporated in the designs. The bags have the names Jeannie and Denise printed on them. There is also a bag with the words “Your Name” printed on the bag that is a demonstration bag so that people can imagine substituting the words “Your Name” with their own name. In the video, you can also see the beautiful printed fabric that was designed by Patrick Moriarty in 2018. In this pic, you can see the fabric and the purple zip.
The purple paisley design is called Paisley Prince Songbook and has lots of unique motifs. The motifs, that Patrick originally drew by hand, include crying doves, kiss lips, guitars, paisley symbols, sunglasses, tambourines, and purple raindrops. The motifs represent different songs by Prince eg. the lips repsent the song “Kiss”.
Here is a close-up photo so you can see the high quality of the printing. The word “Lisa” is so clear.
Prince fans can choose to have any name printed on the bags. Here is a bag with the name “Barbara” which was made for Barabra in Ohio US.
You’d be surprised how many people worldwide have rats as pets. Pet rats are extremely intelligent, social, and inquisitive. The rat is also symbolic of rebels, so the Paisley Rat Mosaic fabric is often bought by customers who want to give the impression that they are rebellious. Designer Patrick Moriarty created the Paisley Rat Mosaic fabric to cater to rat owners and rebels. The fabric is often bought by rat owners, animal lovers, DJs, and musicians.
Here is a pic of the actual design. Designer Patrick Moriarty created the design, which is a simplified version of his popular Paisley Rats design. The “Paisley Rat Mosaic” design has white rats, and grey paisleys, on a black background.
Here is a yard of cotton printed with lots of versions of the design. You can see my feet in the photo. I’m wearing my blue flip-flops, which match the fabric, which has lots of blue in the designs. Actually, the blue color of my flip-flops is a darker blue than the blue in the designs. I enjoyed cutting out all the squares and photographic them individually.
There are lots more versions of the design. Take a look by viewing the Paisley Rat Mosaic design collection at Spoonflower. The fabrics are printed by Spoonflower in US and Germany. They print the rat-patterned fabrics and ship them to my customers worldwide. All the versions were created by designer Patrick Moriarty in his Paisley Power design studio in Southend-on-Sea UK.
The Paisley Positivity fabric is ideal for making splendid bedding. Instead of making the bedding yourself, you can have a duvet and pillowcases made to order. The digital printing company Spoonflower sells printed fabric, wallpaper, and home decor items. You can order the paisley-patterned bedding from them.
In the video, you can see the duvet and pillow and also some close-up photos of the actual fabric. I think you’ll agree that the pattern and colors of the bedding are attractive and stylish. Designer Patrick Moriarty specializes in creating eye-catching unique paisley designs. He created the Paisley Positivity design so that his customers would have the opportunity to purchase the intricate attractive design as printed fabric, wallpaper, and home decor items. The design has large paisley shapes, floral shapes, and small details of small flowers, leaves, circles, and diamonds.
Here is a pic of the duvet cover and matching pillowcases on a bed. The aubergine color adds lots of rich color to the plain white room. The paisley symbol is thought to have evolved from the shape of sprouting date palm seeds. Therefore paisley patterns have a natural feeling and give a sense of the natural world. In this next image, you can see that the paisley fabric compliments the houseplants in the room. The paisley symbols are symbolized plants and the green potted plants are real plants.
Here is a photo of the matching pillowcase. You can see that the pattern has paisley shapes and floral motifs.
The Paisley Positivity bedding looks elegant and sophisticated. It will add a touch of class to most bedrooms, whether they are decorated in a contemporary style or a historic retro style. The Paisley Positivity design is very versatile and can look great in a number of different home decor settings. It is also a suitable design for fashion fabrics. Here is a pic of the bedding folded. There is a duvet cover and 2 pillowcases in the pic.
Here is a photo of the large-scale version of the design, printed on fabric.
If you would like to make your own sleeveless top or a different item of clothing, you can buy the Paisley Positivity fabric (light blue white version) from the PaisleyPower store at Spoonflower. Here is a video of the small-scale version of the fabric. Louise Ashley in Southend UK saw the video of the fabric on April 18th and commented online “I’m really drawn to this one every time”.
The Paisley Positivity design was featured in the Spoonflower magazine (winter holiday edition 2020/2021). You can read the blog post that designer Patrick Moriarty wrote about the publication of his design in the magazine. Here is the photo from the magazine that shows the design as wallpaper. The pic was part of the Trends page, which meant that the editors of the magazine decided that the design was a good example of what will be popular in 2021.
There is a wide range of products you can buy, which are printed with this popular design. There are tapestries, hardcover journals, mugs, t-shirts, skirts, leggings, stickers, iPhone wallets, art prints, postcards, clocks, duvet covers, throw pillows, backpacks, facemasks, and many more stylish items. Visit the Paisley Power store at Red Bubble.
There are 5 new grey versions of the “Paisley Lace Outline” design. The purple version, called Purple Prince Paisley, is a bestselling design at Spoonflower (as printed fabric, wallpaper, and home decor products). The grey versions are now available. Grey is always a popular color for home decor because it is neutral so that you can add many different colors to the room including bright cut flowers or paintings. Grey is a more practical color than white, for walls and for soft furnishings.
Here is an image of the design, so you can see more of it.
Here is photo of the pastel-grey and mid-grey version printed on cotton.
Here is the dark grey version of Paisley Lace Outline. If customers are looking for a dark fabric or wallpaper with a lighter contrasting pattern, this one would be ideal. Jeannie Gilding in Cheshire UK saw pics of the new grey versions and commented “Stunning”, which was very kind of her.
There are already some popular versions of the design in different color combinations. In the next photo, you can see designer Patrick Moriarty holding a fabric sample of the white and black version of the Paisley Lace Outline design. Patrick originally drew the design by hand on paper. Then he scanned the artwork and finished the design using Adobe Photoshop software on his MacBook Pro laptop. Patrick has been using Photoshop to create designs for more than 20 years, therefore he is very experienced at using Photoshop software. He has taught hundreds of students to make surface patterns. He has taught lots of students from the UK and also students from France, Denmark, Germany, Brazil, Switzerland, Netherlands, and Finland. During the Coronavirus pandemic in 2020 and 2021, he has been teaching students online. His recent students live in Canada and the US.
In April 2021 Jeannie Gilding in Cheshire UK decorated a wall in her home with the purple vision of Paisley Lace Outline.
The purple version of the design is called Purple Prince Paisley because the design was printed on fabric and used for the linings of 4 wax figures of Prince Rogers Nelson. The wax figures are currently on display in 4 wax museums in the US. The wax figures were sculpted by the talented Tony Webb in Derbyshire UK.
Jeannie is a massive Prince fan. She chose the Purple Prince Paisley wallpaper so that it will be relevant to her Prince-themed room. Here is a photo of the wallpapered wall, after she rehung her paintings and prints of Prince on the wall.
2 customers have bought the Paisley Positivity fabric (large black and white version) in the last 2 days. Here is a pic of the design. You can see the large paisley shapes and the floral motifs. There are lots of small details, which act as decorative elements. These include dots, small flowers, squares, and diamonds.
Here’s a short video of the Paisley Positivity design (black and white) printed textile. A customer bought 5 yards of the large version printed on linen-cotton canvas. Another customer bought 1 yard of the design printed on cotton. I enjoyed making the video and adding the animation of the dancer and adding the text. Then I found a suitable tune to add as a soundtrack.
Here are some photos of the printed fabric. You can see the paisley pattern is white and the background is black.
Here is another video of 5 fabric samples printed with the Paisley Positivity design. There are 2 black/white versions, 2 white/black versions, and a purple version.
I created the design in my design studio in Southend UK. I drew it by hand and then completed the design by using Adobe Photoshop software. Then I uploaded the different versions of the design to Spoonflower so that people around the world who like the fabric can buy it and have it delivered to their home. Spoonflower digitally prints my designs onto fabric and then ships them to customers all over the world.
Doggos, a Canadian company make gorgeous dog accessories, often using Paisley Power fabrics. All of the bandanas in this blog post were made by Doggos in Canada. Francesca owns the Doggos brand and selects all the fabrics. All the fabrics were designed by Patrick Moriarty in the UK for his Paisley Power design collection.
Here’s another stylish dog wearing a Doggos bandana made with Paisley Power fabric. Doggos is a pet accessory brand in Toronto Canada. The fabric was designed by Patrick Moriarty in Southend UK and is available to order by the yard.