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Preview scale: 21.0 x 18.0 inches. Show Rulers
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Collection: Upright Waratahs
Featuring a newish release: 'An inky blue wash on the scales'. Thanks so much everyone for your faves, comments, purchases & project pictures - so much appreciated! All designs © Su Schaefer, All Rights Reserved
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A formal waratah design on a trellis of gold crossed waratah leaves with a deep apricot ground. Watercolor, oil on paper. © Su Schaefer 2012
A formalised three-part waratah design on a trellis of crossed waratah leaves in gold oil paint (red, green & yellow gold) against a deep apricot background.
© Su Schaefer 2012
Note that - at least on basic combed cotton - this does not print as bright as in the design image, however I'd expect it to print 'as seen' in wallpaper and the polyester fabrics; but a test swatch is still a good idea!
See more waratah designs by Su_G.
See other designs by Su_G.
Original waratah design after Lucien Henry, in watercolor & oil on paper, half-drop repeat.
[Currently set @ Fabric: 300 ppi, Wallpaper: 400, Gift wrap: 466 ppi]
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Thanks so much Tina and Amy for your wonderful comments - very much appreciated!
Posted about 2 years ago.
Su, this colorway is really beautiful and the wallpaper view is awesome!
Wow, absolutely gorgeous! Would be amazing wallpaper!
Belated thanks for your lovely comment and wonderful feedback Sue Ellen, and re the great hall, I was thinking of formal wallpapery type designs when I put it together so you've read that in it!
Posted over 3 years ago.
I really like this almost "Renaissance Brocade" design. I like it's elegance and the smaller steady geometric background behind the triple sprigs of waratah, and the color is warm and festive. I can see it swathing the Great Hall now, ready for the feasting to begin.
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