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<a href='http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/1102072-rumplestiltskin-spinning-straw-into-gold-by-scifiwritir' title = 'Rumplestiltskin -- Spinning straw into Gold by scifiwritir on Spoonflower - custom fabric'><img src='http://s3.amazonaws.com/spoonflower/public/design_thumbnails/0110/2072/rrrspoolingn_around_shop_preview.png' alt='Rumplestiltskin -- Spinning straw into Gold'/></a>
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Designs by scifiwritir
I'm a writer married to a cartoonist/graphic artist, Luke McDonnell.
My short stories, essays, and novels are mainly about speculative fiction. My books include The Constant Tower and Wind Follower among others.
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Although the pattern is rigid, I feel the gold and orange in this print would give any dress a shimmery sunny feel.
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Thanks, Inscribed! I'm thinking I should've done a kind of gold swoosh and swaths in the background. Will see.
Posted over 4 years ago.
I like the glints of gold from the thread and the layout is appealing, too. The stripes formed are quite interesting. This should work well for clothing.
Thank you so much, Rhonda. I'm on the learning curve to understanding fabric (and photoshop.) At first I thought it was too rigid and that I really have to break my love of rigid patterns but then gingham often looks rigid but when one makes it into a dress there is a sway and a movement to it. And I feel this has that quality. Thanks so much for the encouraging words.
This is an attractive layout for the sewing theme elements that you have used in your design, Carole. The sheen on the gold thread looks wonderful, and should look great made up into a swishy and swirly skirt!
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