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Collection: Essential basic textures and weaves
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Apparently in the old days in Japan there were master artisans who specialized in painting this design on fabric, which is probably why I wanted to try the same thing: it is very much harder than it looks.
Oil on paper, designed for a basic repeat.
[Fabric: 200 ppi, Wallpaper & Gift wrap: 150 ppi]
su g (1048),
denim blue (38),
hemp leaf pattern (7)
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Thanks very much for your feedback Rhonda - much appreciated. I really like your idea for a light weight jacket to wear while al fresco dining in summer, I can really see that!
Posted almost 3 years ago.
Close up of printed fabric (basic combed cotton) in a daylight photo at a smaller scale.
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Hemp leaf pattern pearls on denim blue by Su_G :
The pearly button look of this starry leaf pattern adds a gleaming touch to the design! I can see a fancy light weight jacket being made from this print. Just perfect to wear for casual al fresco summer dining!
Thanks so much for all your great comments Shirley, Sue Ellen, Cal and Tina! Shirley I had to work out a different method becuase what you describe is just impossible - for me at least - I guess that's why, when it's done by hand in Japan, it's done by a master artisan. Does make a great pattern though!
Really nice in blue too!
Beautiful pattern! And especially nice on that beautiful blue textured background.
What a lovely interpretation of this classic pattern! It looks like embroidery ... perhaps a line of French knots, or whatever the equivalent is called in the Sashiko tradition.
Masterful- I cannot begin to imagine how difficult it would be to get the squeezed dots to look the same-and evenly spaced. Patience that I do not have. Unique.Well done Su!
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