Famous Scientists Fabric

Robert Kaufman Science Fair 2 Scientists on Yellow

Science Fair is the latest collection of science fabric from Robert Kaufman. Look at all of the scientists on this pattern!

Fabric Name- Science Fair SRK-18000-5 YELLOW (I call it Famous Scientists.)

Material- 100% cotton fabric

Background color- Yellow

Theme- Science

Description: 19 scientists are featured on this black and yellow fabric. Each scientist is accompanied by the year they were born, and an icon representing some of their most important work. If you’d like to know a little bit more about each of the scientists on this fabric, read on.

edison

Thomas Edison 1847 Lightbulb- He is known for electric power generation, and the invention of the light bulb.

newton

Isaac Newton 1643 Telescope- built the first reflecting telescope, discovered the laws of motion and laws of gravity.

feynman

Richard Feynman 1918- shown with the Feynman diagram in quantum electrodynamics. He was a theoretical physicist.

curie

Marie Curie 1867 Radioactive Symbol- A physicist and chemist who researched radioactivity. Continue reading “Famous Scientists Fabric”

Circuitree: Christmas Fabric For Technology Lovers

Christmas fabric for technology lovers.

Circuitree

I am so excited to share this new Christmas fabric that is perfect for technology lovers!

Fabric Name- Ghosts of Christmas Future Circuitree by Michael Miller

Material- 100% cotton fabric

Background color- Green

Theme- Christmas, Technology

Description:

I love this design by Michael Miller featuring circuits in the shape of Christmas trees! The green background matches a typical circuit board. The wires are light green with golden yellow ends. They make the shape of a tree with yellow lights or ornaments. How clever!

When I saw this fabric, I immediately thought of my son who is really fascinated by technology. He loves pulling old electronics apart and examining the circuit boards inside. This fabric is great for anyone who enjoys circuits, electronics or technology in general. I’ve made a gift bag using this fabric to hold a special Christmas gift for my technology-loving child. What will you use this fabric for?