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Color grid 31 variation A, by Su_G fabric by su_g on Spoonflower - custom fabric

Preview scale: 24 x 24 inches.

by su_g

Design Scale Options:

Basic_off BASIC
Half_off HALF-DROP
Brick_off HALF-BRICK
Center_off CENTER
Mirror_off MIRROR
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4.34in x 4.34in, 340 pixels/inch,

Satin-Finish Gift Wrap
Roll (26" x 72")
Total: $0.00

Horizontal: 1
Vertical: 1

By Su Schaefer

Featuring: 'Waratahs on mid-blue'. Thank you to everyone who favorites a design, comments, purchases & shares project pictures - so very much appreciated! All designs © Su Schaefer, All Rights Reserved

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Color grid 31 variation A (other versions available, see below). Chalk on canvas. © Su Schaefer 2012

Color grid 31 variation A, Bauhaus influenced color grid. Printed beautifully on basic cotton - see the 2nd thumbnail above (double click for a clearer view).

Another version, with a mirror repeat which gives it a quite different organizational feel is 'Color grid 31 variation B'. Yet another version is 'Happy birthday color grid' - with lots of blank squares to write names in!

See other designs by Su_G.

Designed for a half-drop repeat (all edging lines are equal).
[Currently set @ Fabric: 247 ppi, swatch = 8 x 8 squares; Wallpaper: 246; Gift wrap: 340 ppi]

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su_g says: Proofing swatch printed on basic combed cotton.

su_g uploaded a fabric image for su_g's design Color grid 31 variation A, by Su_G :


Posted over 3 years ago.


su_g says: Thanks for the entertaining comments on this design! Sue Ellen your comment about the "wearable scale" is very helpful to me, thank you. And Patricia I love your vision of Matisse and Mondrian having a picnic on the grass! There's a mirrored version of this that I thought of for a tablecloth, so it was good to read you thinking the same (but sadly, neither would keep out ants). And Rhonda I loved your "light-glazed" - you do make the most wonderful descriptions! And thanks Susan, it is stencils that help with the "neat and orderly" and I'm so glad it comes across as a positive design as I felt very similar about it when finishing it.

Posted almost 4 years ago.


susaninparis says: First thing - how can you be so neat and orderly with pastels? That's a big congrats right there. Second thing - this seems very cheerful. The white crossed lines remind me of twinkling stars. This is a very positive design, and I like it.

Posted almost 4 years ago.


pd_frasure says: I love learning about Australian Christmas Colors. Now I'm seeing this as a cloth to keep the bread sticks, rolls or other appropriate food wrapped for the celebration. Here (Oregon USA) it would be to keep the rolls warm, but maybe in Australian it would be to fend off ants?

Posted almost 4 years ago.


rhondadesigns says: I love these light-glazed, bright little parcels of cheerful colour! Pretty gift-wrapped surprises, sweet treats and yummy tasty picnic party food are all images that this vibrant design call to mind! It is perfect for summery celebrations enjoyed out-of-doors!

Posted almost 4 years ago.


tallulahdahling says: I don't see picnics, I see CHRISTMAS PREZZIES! YAY! And I live in Australia, so Christmas is in summer, and the summery colors make perfect sense.

Posted almost 4 years ago.


pd_frasure says: Was this inspired in part by the Matisse challenge? I feel Matisse and Mondrian having a picnic on the grass. Now it is dancing like sunlight on the river with strawberries and champagne from a wicker basket. Delightful!

Posted almost 4 years ago.


fireflower says: I can tell that summer is on it's way! These bright cheerful colors and the motley patterns are pleasantly arranged, and in a very wearable scale. I'm guessing there's another T-shirt in the wings....

Posted about 4 years ago.