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Preview scale: 21.0 x 18.0 inches
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Fantastic Shirley! Looks so good printed (saw Lori's pic on Flickr). The textures and painterly effect are great.
Posted over 1 year ago.
Deborah, I appreciate your confirmation about the wallpaper and I agree but no small space to fill and other options haven't grabbed me yet. Thank you for thinking about this for me...
Posted over 2 years ago.
I've been thinking Su- sorry I didn't get back to you ,yes,I've given it some thought but cannot see the wallpaper becoming an option. No wall behind cutting table just windows and it was someone else's wool roving not mine this was taken from. Drapes? Maybe some time but not now and I'll keep thinking but thanks for your stimulating input.
Su is right, Shirley. This is a beautiful fabric design. In the wallpaper view, it takes on another dimension. So pretty.
Shirley re possible and potential uses for this, I've got just one word for you: feature wallpaper! No, really, it looks fantastic as wallpaper... and I can just imagine a small piece of it in your wool corner, or behind your cutting table... Mind you, it would be terrific as curtains too...
Hi Su,Thanks for your super comment! I had to go back to discover how this was done - think I got it but on the right photograph really strange and amazing things happen on others look like the local garbage dump. Anyway I'm pleased with this and wondering what I would make with it if I ever catch up with that end of things.
This is just brilliant in yardage! Wonderful play of color and light and shade, and I love the textural quality too - it reminds me of how thick wet chalk goes. Looks awesome as wallpaper too! Amazing that "A stack of multi-colored roving wool" was the impetus/ inspiration for this!
Thank you so much Chris- I really wanted someone to appreciate this one as much as I do. A stack of multi-colored roving wool was the impetus for this one. So far I haven't written up anything about these new designs- no time.
BTW I thought you already were a follower in Flickr, I was following you but then I am constantly confused by all the facets of the two sites.
Thank you again,
Oh so lovely, Shirley! I like the painterly texture of this one. The smaller scale really enhances the movement as well. The yard view is awesome!
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