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I am a self taught graphics dabbler.
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Very nice to see this on p. 5 of Recent Trends
Posted over 4 years ago.
Thanks Rhonda! I have a tough time making up my mind which scale I want them to display as. It was created really large, so I can take it either way. I think I am going to set a smidgen smaller for awhile. It does seem that it could be a cross over item between home decor or clothing.
You have created a wonderful feeling of depth in this rich tumble and tangle of gleaming bangles, Joan! The pattern would be wonderful for upholstery and home furnishings. Perhaps the silk/cotton blend would be a good choice to make if it is to be used for dress-making.
Thanks Carmen! It turned out well on the quilting weight cotton. I imagine the heavier weight fabrics for upholstery would do just as well or maybe even nicer. I am picturing that home decor idea!
I can see a soft and cool curtain o some bedspread. It would look good as upholstery in a white stylish chair.
That makes me hungry!
Looks like warm toffee! Would be lovely as a blouse - except that people would want to touch it to see if it was sticky!
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