Minky Monday: Take 20% off 1+ Yards of Minky fabric through 11:59 p.m. EDT July 25th.
Preview scale: 21.0 x 18.0 inches
<a href='http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/1054563-kangaroo-border-fabric-by-whimzwhirled' title = 'Kangaroo Border Fabric by whimzwhirled on Spoonflower - custom fabric'><img src='http://s3.amazonaws.com/spoonflower/public/design_thumbnails/0105/4563/rrrkangborder_shop_preview.png' alt='Kangaroo Border Fabric'/></a>
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Fantastic! You got my vote on this one, that's one beautiful roo!
Posted over 3 years ago.
lol, I mean the horizontal view. I have jello for brains these days.
I agree Su, it is a bit hard to digest in the sideways view but being a border fabric that can't be helped. I could always mock up a vertical version to show you if had potential plans to use it. Anytime, just ask.
Some great kangaroo images and I wish it was 'round the right way' for me to look at easily because I feel I am missing the full impact and turning my head 90 degrees is just not working for me...
Thank you for checking out my contest entry. I have actually had this on the market for awhile so when I saw the contest I dug it out. So funny that koalalady was the last to know about this contest. lol The boxes you see are simply design additions. I have spent much time creating PNG design elements that I can use to fill space and add interest and color to something I am working on. I do the same with backgrounds. It is something I do when my hands need to work but my brain hasn't made up it's mind what it wants to make. Many of the fabrics you will find in my shop are simply the backgrounds I made to create art on top of. It works visa versa as well. Many of my works of art started with a design made for fabric that inspired me to create more. Thanks you for stopping in and checking out my entry.
I didn't even know there was an "Australian Animals" contest. I must try and keep up...This is very fine for a border print. I'm puzzled as to what are the little box like things around the 'roo". What comes to mind are encapsulated flies. If you've been there then you know there are lots. Or are they 'figments'? (As in imagination). In any case its extremely interesting.:-)
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