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Preview scale: 8.0 x 8.0 inches
<a href='http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/1384710-harlequin-wheat-by-joanmclemore' title = 'Harlequin Wheat by joanmclemore on Spoonflower - custom fabric'><img src='http://s3.amazonaws.com/spoonflower/public/design_thumbnails/0138/4710/rrrharlequin_wheat_shop_preview.png' alt='Harlequin Wheat'/></a>
Change DPI Base size is 150
Collection: Linen in Wheat
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That is good to know, that deselecting that little block had an effect on the search outcome. The color blocks now look orange-ish (not yellow) to me, so it is very hard to gauge by color tone of the blocks, as to which main color category that the search engine will relegate the design into.
Textured designs like this do have bits of various colors not necessarily visible to the eye, so that probably accounts in part for the little blocks identifying colors that do not seem to be there.
Posted 9 months ago.
Sorry Joan - just saw this. Results: this design no longer shows in my test search of "Harlequin" tag word (selected initially via Quick View and then generalised) and color block: green... BUT 'Harlequin Mocha' http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/1384671 does! (I don't know if it did before - I didn't notice... and there are lots showing up in that result that have nothing anywhere anything like color: green...) This one does now show up in color block: yellow !! (A better match for it I think - what do you think?)
My ink sampler says CCCC99 as a block, which is taupe-ish on my Photoshop colors. I just deselected it off the blocks but I don't know if it will hold the deselection. You could experiment again and see it still shows up in your search (for curiosity sake). Give it a few minutes to be reflected as a change.
This design came up in my test search of "Harlequin" tag word (selected initially via Quick View and then generalised) and color block: green... A very pretty design (but not green!). Is it showing a green color block on your side? (The designer side?)
Thank you! I really like how the swatches printed this texture effect. I have got to get some time to photograph them and upload the photos.
Posted almost 4 years ago.
This is gorgeous! It works so well for wallpaper too!
Thanks Annie! I enjoyed working out the textures for these, but I do enjoy those golden tones of color. Yellow is my happy color. Many of my color memories going back to when I was 2 years old are of the color yellow, so golds, creams and yellows give me contentment.
I looked at this design at the two yard length. Wow. Beautiful "wheaty" golden. The color reminds me of Oklahoma's wheat fields before the May harvest. Lovely.
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