Textile designers create not only fabrics for  functional, but for aesthetic and pleasing purposes. I say this because the fabrics I have used for children’s quilts designed for Michael Miller serve not just the functional purpose of being cotton, natural and cool (temperature), additionally, they are attractive to children, colourful and have meaningful/relevant themes.


This will mainly be attractive for female children because of the mainly pink colour. The cupcakes on them are endearing, and topped up with a pom-pom cherry.The quilt is patch work combined with white cotton fabric.


A day in Paris is also another attractive female children’s fabric. Although it is combined with the periwinkle blue, it will be appealing to girls. Teenagers would love this as well. The motif is of shopping elegant girls/ladies shopping in Paris.