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A curly, swirly garden of blue with wind blown daisies, purple leaves, twisting vines, stylized buds, graceful scalloped ovals, and lots of dots.
The heritage of art nouveau left by Aubrey Beardsley and Louis Comfort Tiffany and their contemporaries is tangled in here along with snippets of sixties hippie psychedelia and 21st century pop art.
I am not entirely happy with the color control on this fabric. It is passable but looks better on the screen than it does in print. Specifically the contrast is higher and brighter on the screen than on the quilting cotton fabric. The color control might be better on sateen or cotton silk which have more gloss. Compared to the screen, the printed version looks flatter. I am not sure if you saw this fabric in print, and had never seen the screen, you would think anything is wrong. In other words check a test swatch first, on your intended fabric, so you can see if this variation between screen and print even bothers you. I don't think I would be bothered if I saw this in a store never having seen the screen. But I have seen the higher contrast screen, and I am not everyone else.