This is a photo of my Tomatoes and Garlic kitchen curtain. The center panel is made from one fat quarter of Mieke's "Heirloom Tomatoes" printed on Spoonflower linen-cotton canvas. The side panels are one fat quarter of my "Garlic Star" design printed on Spoonflower linen-cotton canvas. Both fat quarters are being used vertically. I split the "Garlic Star" fat quarter in two and used it as side panels for the focus of the main curtain panel "Heirloom Tomatoes." It's a simple cafe curtain, clip on curtain rings were used. I took several pictures of this curtain trying to capture the way the tomatoes almost "pop" off the fabric. This photo is the closest I can get yet it still does not do it justice.
Close up photo of the border for my Tomatoes and Garlic kitchen curtain. The border is a honey bee ribbon designed by Laura Foster Nicholson, also a Spoonflower designer. In this close-up photo, the detail of the "Heirloom Tomatoes" design printed on Spoonflower linen-cotton canvas is captured better. Mieke's repeat in this design is impressive.
Thank you for your nice comments Deborah. I think this would make great seedbags for the 'bigger' seeds like beans, peas and pumpkins. Could also serve as old fashioned storage bags for dry foods. And it would make a nice gardening-apron or gift wrap for garden goodies!
I forgot to ask: is the design set up so someone who purchases the fabric can make little drawstring bags to save seeds in? It looks like it might be. This is really cool. I can see little bags with this design at seed exchanges. Well done.