Author Archives: Fil & Paul

Festive Fortnight

We’ve reach the point before Christmas where if you’re ordering anything that isn’t In Stock, then you will have to wait until the New Year for fulfilment. Then again, we have also reached the point where In Stock will be tough to deliver reliably before Christmas hits. We will do our best, but we can […]

Inspired by Association

Sometimes, we see something in a fabric that triggers an unexpected reaction. It isn’t something we set out to do by any means. Indeed, until 18 months ago, I (that’s Paul) wouldn’t have personally spent much time thinking about fabric. Fil enjoyed collecting fabric (we have material that has travelled the world and lurked sealed […]

Review the Review

I really like this picture of Desert Delve, posted as part of a review in July 2014, over on the Roll Play blog (or you can go directly to a – reasonably – translated version of the blog if you don’t speak French and want to read the review – Roll Play Google Translated). Actually, […]

Inspired by Lovecraft

It’s surprising just how many designs, fabrics and badge ideas have spawned new All Rolled Up across the range. We have had both normal and tiny-sized ARU with a Lovecraft-theme, and the connection isn’t always down to the very obvious. While Signs and Portents came from Spoonflower with elder and yellow signs prominently displayed, others […]

Inspired by Time

Oddly, like Inspired by Firefly, fabrics associated with time and travellers through it happen to be tough to get hold of. Unless you’re willing to get something custom printed on Spoonflower or cut up a quilt cover, you’re pretty much stuck. It’s a bit odd considerable other significant science fiction franchises – which I’ll return […]

Inspired by Firefly

When you’re a fan of science fiction and you have a series like Firefly, it can be hard not to evangelize folk about it. In a very short span of episodes, Joss Whedon gave us a series that combined the Wild West, hustling, science fiction tropes and genuinely likeable characters. It struck a cord – […]