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Thank you Jill!! I really appreciate that :) it's always a best seller when I do markets!
Posted almost 2 years ago.
Boo, this is gorgeous!
Little zip pouch made from bright and sturdy eco canvas
bippidiiboppidii uploaded a project image link for
Pandanus fire :
Thank you Lisa! Thank you Celia! The bright colours do look great against the jute. I'm loving playing with it...
Posted almost 3 years ago.
That fabric works beautifully with the jute! Wonderful bag, and the button sets it off perfectly!
Love the bag!!!
Printed on linen cotton, a pocket on a jute bag with coordinating button.
ooooh, yes Su for sure... now I just have to convince some wealthy hotelier in the area of that... ;-P
That looks great in the two scales on the cushion mockups! This is a perfect design to use in that way! Now I can see it as curtains too, in the smaller scale, with scatter cushions in the larger...
Thank you Su! Very much inspired by my environment of late...
Thanks Lori! You've & Rhonda have inspired me to do cushion mock ups - with the print at two different scales... (I feel cushion panels coming on...!)
Gorgeous!! Totally impressive, I love the way you've used these stark silhouettes to such wonderful effect! I can see this in big shirts, for both men and women, as well as lots of other applications (would be stunning as wallpaper).
Yup, what Rhonda said.....you can almost feel the heat!
Thank you Rhonda! It was indeed inspired by recent experience, with a bushfire raging about 50m from our new house in the dry July heat (pic here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cyberboo/9544278257/ - there's no pandanus in that shot, but plenty went up that night!)
WOW! This spectacular design captures the fierceness of the fiery furnace-like heat of a raging bushfire! It is a scene that once experienced up close and personal, will always leave the scorching memory with you!
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