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<a href='http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/1759500-asian-inkscape-charcoal-light-grey-by-materialsgirl' title = 'Asian Inkscape - charcoal and light grey by materialsgirl on Spoonflower - custom fabric'><img src='http://s3.amazonaws.com/spoonflower/public/design_thumbnails/0175/9500/rrrrrrAsian_Landscape_extended_ed_ed_shop_preview.png' alt='Asian Inkscape - charcoal and light grey'/></a>
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Japanese - influenced designs, digitally created, altered & enhanced.
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Stone washed linen texturing. Imagery derived from Japanese Edo Period textile design that has been digitally enhanced, colored/textured.
Looks great in the new eco canvas!
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Thanks so much Deborah! Love that idea. Maybe when I have a little more time I'll try a cheater quilt.
Posted almost 2 years ago.
Wonderful collection, Cal. Swatches from this collection would make a beautiful patchwork quilt.
Thank you Penny! It really helps to finally see a bigger piece of it than my swatch.
Posted over 3 years ago.
The Asian Inkscape collection is lovely!
A close up ( just using window light so it's a little dark)
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Asian Inkscape - charcoal and light grey :
This fabric just arrived! I'm going to make it into a runner for this cabinet. I had incorporated a red border into the original image so I didn't have to add it separately...lazy :^ ) . That worked out pretty well. I ordered 2 yards in the linen cotton and got three 11" runners plus two single lengths of just the red border in case I need it to finish off the ends. So I'll end up with three runners - should make nice gifts! I left some white strips in between them to hem the edges.
Hi Su. Thanks for your comments. I have upholstery in mind for this. I need to order it in the twill and see if I like it. I held the swatch up to a good sized easy chair that I want to cover and the scale seemed work fine, but not sure if the same would be true on a big couch. When I order the twill swatch I'll try a larger scale. This image is Japanese, from the Edo period and I rearranged it and changed (extended) some lines with the digital paint brush in order to get it to repeat better.
I totally agree with Emma - it would be great upholstery fabric - and Susan - thinking jacket - and I would like to see it in a bigger scale for both those uses - it looks so fabulous as a swatch but then you lose that detail at yardage. I really admire the way you have the landscape motifs flowing into each other, it reminds me of some very old Chinese fabric where that is a feature (have been working on one myself for quite a while without achieving this lovely flow so you give me motivation that it can be done!)...
Wedbesdaysgirl, Susan and Amy, thank you all for the encouragement.. Wednesdaysgirl - Yes I was thinking of a chair or couch too (have a similar charcoal linen piece in my calligraphy collection to use as pillows). An upholsterer told me that Spoonflower's linen isn't strong enough so I'll have to see how this pattern looks in a twill. Susan thank you....oh I WISH. A jacket is out of my league. I'm really liking the charcoal/greys these days.
On the screen it's a lovely shade of gray. So peaceful. I'm thinking jacket.
Very beautiful......it would make divine upholstery fabric : )
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