Lynn Johnston Productions

Tossed Santas

This might just be the cheeriest Christmas pattern that has ever existed. Who could possibly resist these fabulous, funny, and festive fellows!

Season’s Greetings Trees

One of our favourite aspects of this Christmas collection is the colour palette—our colourist, Kevin, has done a spectacular job of choosing non-traditional Christmas colours. In this particular pattern, the variations of teal really allow the ornaments and the trees to stand out—it's Christmasy without the bright greens and reds that we are accustomed to (and quite possibly tired of) seeing at this festive time of year.

Christmas Chimney Block Panel

Here at LJP, we are really proud of our design team. Every collection is a collaboration, and this Christmas Collection, more specifically, this Christmas Chimney Block Panel, is a great example of everyone’s unique talents coming together to create something wonderful. With Lynn’s signature drawing style, Kevin’s creative colour palette, and Deb’s panache for patterns, this block panel is truly unique and just a whole lot of fun. There is so much going on here that it will take the viewer a while to notice all of the details—like how the blocks form a large chimney…that was Deb’s idea!

Green Spidies

Our designer, Deborah, found these odd forms tucked in amongst other larger creatures in Lynn’s original sketch for the Robot Collection. She has affectionately named these critters, “Spidies.” As a two-tone tossed repeat, they are the perfect small print accompaniment to this collection. Medium green on light green.

Purple Spidies

Our designer, Deborah, found these odd forms tucked in amongst other larger creatures in Lynn’s original sketch for the Robot Collection. She has affectionately named these critters, “Spidies.” As a two-tone tossed repeat, they are the perfect small print accompaniment to this collection. Medium purple on light purple.

Yellow Spidies

Our designer, Deborah, found these odd forms tucked in amongst other larger creatures in Lynn’s original sketch for the Robot Collection. She has affectionately named these critters, “Spidies.” As a two-tone tossed repeat, they are the perfect small print accompaniment to this collection. Dark yellow on light yellow.

Blue Spidies

Our designer, Deborah, found these odd forms tucked in amongst other larger creatures in Lynn’s original sketch for the Robot Collection. She has affectionately named these critters, “Spidies.” As a two-tone tossed repeat, they are the perfect small print accompaniment to this collection. Medium blue on dark blue.

Tossed Tooth Fairies

This pattern of male and female tooth fairies has almost a zig zag feel. This pattern would be perfect for the dental office­­—in particular, dental scrub uniforms.

Star Wands

Have you ever wished upon a star? What if you could capture a star and use it's magical powers to grant more wishes? This is certainly possible in the fairy world, although the stars are so powerful that they must be held on a stick or they will burn the fairies’ hands! This soft Star Wands pattern is reminiscent of the night sky.

Fairies & Ladders

Snakes and ladders? How about Fairies and Ladders! This unique pattern could be part of a new game. One could imagine that this is the world that exists on the other side of a child’s fairy door…the ladders allow the fairies to easily maneuver from one area of the world to another. What lies beyond the blue background? That's the real question!