Tina Yakima, in Washington state US, bought a Paisley Prince Songbook coffee mug. She must have been satisfied with the mug because she decided to buy some more mugs. She must also be happy with the purple paisley design because all of the mugs she has bought are printed with the popular design, which has crying doves, kiss lips, tambourines, guitars, sunglasses, and lots of purple raindrops. These graphic motifs represent songs by Prince, such as When Doves Cry, Kiss, and Purple Rain.
1 yard of Paisley Prince Songbook fabric has been bought by Glynis Duckenfield in Sheffield UK. She makes stylish bags and other cool fashion accessories to sell online. She chose the small-scale version printed on cotton.
Glynis has decided to make a reversible tote bag with the Paisley Prince Songbook fabric and the Paisley Positivity (purple version) fabric. They look terrific together so the bags should look amazing! Here is a photo of the two fabrics together.
Tammy in Ontario Canada bought one of the Paisley Prince Songbook facemasks today. Each mask has a large white crying dove on the left side, which represents the Prince anthem “When Doves Cry”. There are lots of Prince fans in Canada and designer Patrick Moriarty is always happy to send them his Prince-themed products and fabrics from his Paisley Power design studio in Southend UK.
Here is a photo of designer Patrick Moriarty wearing one of his Prince-themed t-shirts. The design is a celebration of the songs of the music legend Prince Rogers Nelson. In the design are unique graphic motifs that Patrick drew by hand on paper originally. He included in the design: crying doves, kiss lips, paisley symbols, and purple rain. These motifs represent different Prince songs. The songs they represent are “When Doves cry“, “Kiss“, Paisley Park”, and “Purple Rain”. Patrick has been inspired by the music of Prince for more than 40 years. Patrick also loves Prince’s fashion and style.
Thanks to all the recent customers who have bought Paisley Prince Songbook products. Josh in Acton UK, Peter in the Netherlands, Dionne in Southend UK, Angela in Manchester UK, Sarah in Southport UK, Mr.Aninga in Surrey UK, Renaldo in Maryland US, and Tammy in Ontario Canada, all bought Paisley Prince Songbook facemasks. Ruth in Westcliff-on-Sea UK bought 2 Paisley Prince Songbook cushions and Kirsty in Bournemouth bought one. Richard in Suffolk UK and Katrina in Australia bought Paisley Prince Songbook cards.
Here is another photo of a Prince-themed cushion (throw pillow). The cushions are expertly handmade in Southend UK by seamstress Louise Ashley. Patrick designs the fabrics and cuts out the fabric pieces for the products. Louise sews the fabric pieces together, adding zips and Paisley Power labels if required.
The white & blue version of Paisley Garden Grows has had great feedback on social media. Shelley in Essex UK wrote, “Absolutely gorgeous”. Clair in Hawaii US wrote, “Gorgeous!!!!”. Mimmi in Gujarat India wrote, “Elegant”. Meryl in the French Alps wrote, “Wow, I love the intricacy”. Here is a photo of the white & blue version of Paisley Garden Grows. The intricate design has fern leaves and flowers that form paisley shapes. The colors are white with blue tones.
I originally drew the design by hand on paper and then finished the design using Photoshop on my laptop. I have made several versions in different colors. In the video, you can see the blue versions and the grey versions. The design has been printed on cotton squares, which are test swatches. TV presenter and designer Kathryn Rayward watched the video online and commented, “These are beautiful Mr Paisley💙💙💙💙💙💙💙”. Kathryn presented “60 Minute Makeover“, which is a British daytime home interior design television programme broadcast on ITV.
Here is the small blue version, which has a dark blue background with white, pale blue and royal blue flower, leaves, and stems. It’s included in the video (above).
The “Purple Prince Paisley” design is popular! 2 days ago a customer bought the fabric, yesterday a customer bought a lumbar pillow, and today a different customer bought a king-size duvet cover. Recently, Jeannie in Cheshire UK bought 6 rolls of wallpaper. The purple paisley fabric was commissioned by wax sculptor Tony Webb for the linings of the jackets of 4 life-size wax figures of the music legend Prince Rogers Nelson. The wax figures are currently on display in the 4 Hollywood Wax Museums in Hollywood (California), Branson (Missouri), Pigeon Forge (Tennessee), and Myrtle Beach (South Carolina).
Here is another photo of the purple paisley duvet cover.
Here is one more pic of the divet cover as it might look in a typical bedroom setting.
Jeannie Gilding in Cheshire UK bought 6 rolls of “Purple Prince Paisley” wallpaper. She will be posting online photos her Prince-themed room when she has finished decorating it. She keeps all her cherished Prince Rogers Nelson memorabillia in the room.
Here is a photo of a wax figure of the music legend from Minneapolis, Prince.
It was great to have finished 9 assignments for my client, the illustrator Jennifer Orkin Lewis (August Wren) on March, 26th 2021. She emailed to say “They all look fantastic, Thanks Pat!”. Here are 3 of the original paintings of Jennifer’s that I had to adapt into half-drop repeating patterns. Hopefully, I can show you the finished patterns when the fabrics and products are launched. Jennifer created the paintings recently for an online “Aquarius Zodiac” art challenge.
Here is Jennifer’s painting called “Mystic Eyes”. In the digital file that she sent me there was an additional layer that was a handpainted background layer. First I made a half-drop repeat pattern with the eye, flower and plants motifs. Then I made a separate repeat area with the painted background. Then I made the two repeats areas the same size and dragged the background layer across to the Photoshop file that had the eye motifs.
Here is a painting by Jennifer called “Mystical Symbols”. It has wonderful blue tones. I particularly like the motif of the hand with henna decoration holding the flower. I also like the snake and magic brew pot. All of these motifs are fun to work with. I rearrange them so that they form a repeating pattern that is pleasing to the viewer.
“Aquarius” is another painting by Jennifer that she asked me to duplicate and arrange to form a repeating pattern. This was quite a difficult task because she wanted the mermaids to face in different directions. Luckily Jennifer sent me a digital Photoshop file where all the different motifs in the design were on separate layers. This gave me lots of flexibility to move the motifs around and eventually make a repeating pattern that looked natural and harmonious. Jennifer was very pleased with the finished design. She said ““My client loves them and especially Aquarius!”
If you are an artist or illustrator and would like your artwork adapted into repeating patterns, please get in touch with me. The repeating patterns can be used for a variety of commercial uses, including fabrics, wallpapers, stationery, and homeware items.
Some yards of the tiny version of the Paisley Prince Songbook fabric arrived at Paisley Power studio in Essex from the printing company. Kimberly in Buckinghamshire ordered 1 yard, so I sent it to her. It will be interesting to see what she makes with the popular Prince-themed fabric. Previous customers have made beautiful clothing, home decor items, fashion accessories, and pet accessories.
Gail in Edinburgh saw my Paisley Prince Songbook fabric on Instagram and commented “it would be gorgeous as a mask. I think I definitely need to be getting some.” I suggested that I could send her a sample so she could see it in real life. She replied, “fantastic! Thank you, I could have some real fun creating with your fabrics!”
I sent Gail a photo of the fabric and she replied, “Hey Pat, could you possibly send me a sample of the tiny version? I honestly love all your paisleys that I’ve seen! 😊”. I agreed to send her the sample. She replied, “Awesome thank you, I’m excited to see it!”
Unfortunately, I didn’t have a small sample of the tiny version of the Paisley Prince Songbook fabric, so I sent her an actual size photo of the tiny version and I sent her a sample of the very small version.
On April 2nd she received the package and sent me a message. She wrote, “Hey Pat, I received my sample today and it does not disappoint! 😍 This is a very large sample so I will make myself a fabulous mask 😷 👏 and get an order in for the tiny version. Thank you so much, it’s stunning 😊 Gail”.
I’m so glad that Gail was happy with the sample and that she will be placing an order for the tiny version of the Paisley Prince Songbook fabric.
Here’s another photo of the tiny version of the Paisley Prince Songbook design printed on cotton.
I’m receiving inquiries from Prince fans who enjoy CosPlay, who are interested in buying my Paisley Prince Songbook fabrics. I’m happy to give them the information so that they can buy the fabric to make amazing outfits. I’m always fascinated to see how imaginative and creative people can be, especially when they make outfits celebrating their favorite musical icons, movie characters, and video game characters.
The Paisley Positivity design (large aubergine version) has a silver-grey paisley outline design on the deep aubergine-colored background. Patrick Moriarty loves creating paisley patterns and he created this design in 2020. He drew it by hand on paper in his design studio. Then he scanned the artwork into his laptop and made a digital file.
Here is a video that Patrick filmed of half a yard of the printed fabric. The reaction to the video on Instagram was very positive. Mario, an artist, commented “PERFECT”. Louise Ashley, a seamstress, commented “That’s a gorgeous shade”.
Becca Who, a designer, commented, “that aubergine hue is gorgeous”. Tamara Schneider, a surface pattern designer, commented, “this is pretty perfect”. Jeannie Gilding commented, “positivity perfect”. Peter Dalessandri, a fine artist, wrote “I do like it, and I love the name”. Peter was referring to the name of the design “Paisley Positivity”, which he loves.
1 yard of black and white Paisley Rats fabric has been bought by a customer on April 1st, 2021. Designer Patrick Moriarty donates a third of his profits from sales of the Paisley Rats fabrics to Apopo, a charity that trains rats to detect landmines in former warzones.
Here is another photo of the black and white Paisley Rats fabric. The design has white rat silhouettes and a white paisley pattern on a black background.
A yard of the turquoise version of the Paisley Rats fabric was also bought by a customer. Here is a photo of designer Patrick Moriarty holding up a yard of the printed rat-patterned fabric. The location of the photograph is the Paisley Power design studio in Southend-on-Sea, UK, where Patrick creates most of his unique surface patterns. Patrick’s brand is called Paisley Power.
Here is another view of Hazel Roberts wearing the pleated mask. The masks are very useful because they must be worn in public buildings and on public transport in the UK. They are also recommended in many other countries as a safety precaution.
Here is a photo of the pleated mask, which shows the white dove motif. You can also see the paisley symbols, and the purple rain.
Here you can see the mask when it is flat. You can see the neat pleats.
Here is the back side of the mask, showing the purple cotton lining.
Here is Tasha Gilbey in Southend UK, wearing one of the Prince-themed pleated face masks.
The masks are part of the Paisley Power range of fabrics, wallpapers, fashion accessories, and home decor products. They were designed by Patrick Moriarty in Southend UK.
Prince-themed fabrics are always in demand around the world from Prince fans who want to make clothing, homeware, children’s toys, fashion accessories, pet accessories, wall hangings, and protective face coverings.
Patrick Moriarty created the Paisley Prince Songbook design because of his love of Prince’s music. Patrick, who is a designer and a musician, has always been tremendously impressed by Prince’s songwriting skills and his innovative fashion sense.
Customers have been very complimentary about the Paisley Prince Songbook fabric. Wendy Shows in Oregon bought a yard of the tiny version of the design printed on cotton. On March 1st she wrote, “I wanted to let u know I received my fabric today! Great job it’s gorgeous!!! You really outdid yourself on this piece, I love it!!!”. Marie Misso, who lives near Melbourne Australia, was also happy with the tiny version. She bought 1 yard of printed satin. She wrote, “Hello Patrick, Oh my goodness! The fabric is spectacular! You have captured Prince in a very touching way. I’m very happy with the tiny scale”. Here is a photo of the tiny version.
Here is another photo of the tiny version printed on cotton. Patrick has included his fingers in the photo, to give you a sense of scale.
There are 6 versions of the glamorous “Cherry Moon” fabric to choose from: 2 different colour combinations in 3 different sizes. Why not make a duvet cover so you can sleep under the cherry moon!
6 versions of the glamorous “Cherry Moon” fabric. There are 2 different color combinations (black or purple) in 3 different sizes. The design has cherries, moons, stars, and polka dots. The design was inspired by the 1986 movie starring Prince, called “Under The Cherry Moon”. Here is a video of the Cherry Moon printed fabric (the black version).
The Paisley Prince Songbook design and the Cherry Moon design are available to purchase as cotton, satin, jersey, linen, and many more fabric types. Email Patrick for more info (email@example.com). Patrick is happy to answer any questions you have about his Prince-themed fabrics.