Creating print artwork is loads of fun! You place the flowers around, twist and turn them, mirror them, making them larger or smaller. It's all about playing around.
What we like to do, is to make sure the print artwork or print report doesn't tile too obviously when you see the textile print on a style. A print report, is a shape, for example a square, where the print artwork is created within. Imagine old school potato printing where, if you want the print to be continuously, you'll have to stamp the potato on the textile right beside where you last stamped down the potato. The same goes for the textile print report, the square is being printed next to each other, so each side of the square needs to match with the other.
In lots of textile prints, you can easily tell how it is put together, how it's created. But when you can't immediately see the textile print report, it starts to get interesting.