Popular stationery company Rifle Paper Co. just launched its second line of textiles.
These new fabrics will transport you down the rabbit hole and into the imaginative world of Alice, the March Hare, and the Queen of Hearts. Rifle Paper Co. just debuted a new collection of textiles based on the classic Lewis Carroll novel, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
Any fan of the fantasy story will love the hand-illustrated fabrics, which draws imagery from Puffin’s 150th anniversary edition of the book. Rifle Paper Co. co-founder and creative director Anna Bond created the whimsical illustrations.
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The 32-piece collection takes you through Alice’s journey, from the magical forest and the mad tea party to the rose garden. In addition to illustrations of Alice, other notable characters are depicted, too, including the Cheshire Cat, King and Queen, Mock Turtle, and the White Rabbit.
This is the second textile collection for Rifle Paper Co., which teamed up with fabric manufacturer Cotton + Steel again for these designs. The cotton fabrics were printed in Japan and retail for $11 to $18 per yard. We can picture these beautiful designs used for apparel and upholstery, like for a sundress, pillows, or even a chair cushion.
“It was important to me that our new fabric collection tell a playful and detailed story,” Bond said in a press release. “We chose to add unbleached cotton fabric, which mimics a book page, to incorporate the storytelling element. I’m really happy with this collection and hope that it inspires creativity and storytelling in people’s lives and homes.”