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<a href='http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/2834003-turquoise-vein-abstract-by-anniedeb' title = 'Turquoise Vein in the Abstract by anniedeb on Spoonflower - custom fabric'><img src='http://s3.amazonaws.com/spoonflower/public/design_thumbnails/0283/4003/rrTURQUOISE_AI_7x6l_file_2614_sandstone_lightened_shop_preview.png' alt='Turquoise Vein in the Abstract'/></a>
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Collection: Bark and Rock
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Turquoise represents the colors of the earth as the winter blues melt into the greens of spring. My entry in the Geodes and Gemstones contest.
Turquoise is thought to have protective powers. It is usually the by-product of copper mining. (Note: This is my interpretation of what a turquoise vein might look like . . . I've seen pictures and this design is not an exact rendering of a turquoise vein.)
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Rhonda, so sorry I missed your comment. I'm having trouble with the new way to view comments on the studio page. At first I thought it was a great idea, but now I find I'm missing comments so I'm going to go back to the old way of clicking on the design itself to read the comments on the original design page! Be that as it may, Rhonda, thanks so much for taking a look at this design. I appreciate your comments and I'm so happy that you picked up on the rough grainy texture. I tried to make it look like sandstone so I'm happy that you picked up on that aspect. Thanks so much, and again, I apologize for the delay
Posted over 2 years ago.
Well, I researched it and found that turquoise veins can appear in sandstone, but they mainly appear in igneous rocks, rather than sedimentary rocks, but I already had the sandstone idea in my head! Appreciate so much your taking a look. Thank you.
Thank you, Lori. I am proud of the repeat! I labored over it. Thanks so much for taking a look and your comments. I appreciate it.
This makes such a pretty fabric, Deborah!
Very arresting interpretation of the contest theme Deborah - I've never seen turquoise in a mining vein and so I'm convinced! And it makes a lovely pattern - with an excellent repeat!
I love the tantalising flashes of gorgeous turquoise that peep out from where they are embedded in the earth! The rough grainy texture of the rock really comes across in this excellent design.
Thank you, Sylvie. Turquoise is an unusual gem -- it doesn't have the glamor associated with other gems, but it's one of my favorite rocks. Thank you for your comments and for taking a look. I appreciate it.
A very interesting and unusual take on the contest theme Deborah.. I adore the textures of the rocks and the hint of turquoise :-)
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