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waterlily fabric by nerdlypainter on Spoonflower - custom fabric

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By Regina Valluzzi

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Description:

soft pink large floral against a mottled and muted blue and green background. Pretty, but the flower size makes it bold.

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nerdlyp...

nerdlypainter says: There is also an organic cotton sateen which has a nice shine and a very even weave. Light and a nice movement, but a cleaner finish than some of the cottons. The colors tend to be brighter on the sateen. I think you can return them if you decide the fabric is all wrong.

Posted almost 2 years ago.

nerdlyp...

nerdlypainter says: The plain combed cotton is a fairly thin, basic fabric. The Kona cotton is thicker and has a bit of a sheen. I think both will tend to tone down the colors a bit, but the basic cotton will tone them down more. If transparency and light control is an issue, both are transulcent but the basic combed cotton lets a bit more light through.

Posted almost 2 years ago.

lily_pad

lily_pad says: Thank you so much nerdlypainter! I have ordered this fabric for my pillows and one set of curtains for my cottage on Martha's Vineyard! Can't wait to get it! One more question: I am also thinking of making a window cover for an indoor window between kitchen and dining room. When I get the fabric I am going to hold it up in the place I would put it to make sure it wouldn't bee too bold. Would you recommend the basic cotton if I decide to do this? Thanks again for such beautiful fabric! Lily Pad

Posted almost 2 years ago.

nerdlyp...

nerdlypainter says: For durability I would look at the Canvas type fabrics, the satin or the faux suede. (pillows). The cotton sateen is a nice weight fabric, soft and supple with a nice sheen and it takes the colors well. The basic cotton is thin and tends to mute colors, but might be a light choice for drapes.

Posted almost 2 years ago.

lily_pad

lily_pad says: Hello, I love your water lily design. What would the best fabric be for pillows? for curtains or other window covers? Thanks so much. Nancy

Posted almost 2 years ago.

nerdlyp...

nerdlypainter says: Thanks Victoria. By the way, I used free GIMP image editing software to generate the repeat. Under filters --> Map they have an option called "Make seamless" which blends repeats automatically. It works really well for softer images and colors, but tends to wash out high contrast patterns.

Posted over 2 years ago.

nerdlyp...

nerdlypainter says: Thanks Amy. Waterlily is from a small oil painting that I did when I was on a bit of a lotus kick.

Posted over 2 years ago.

amy_g

amy_g says: So absolutely gorgeous!!!!

Posted over 2 years ago.

victori...

victorialasher says: Gorgeous painting; and well done blending it into a repeat.

Posted over 2 years ago.

nerdlyp...

nerdlypainter says: Thanks - voluptuous, huh?

Posted over 2 years ago.

nerdlyp...

nerdlypainter says: Thanks!

Posted over 2 years ago.

cerigwen

cerigwen says: Yes, pretty and bold. Gorgeous!

Posted over 2 years ago.

shellyp...

shellypenko says: I adore this! The colors, the mood, the voluptuous flowers...gorgeous!

Posted over 2 years ago.

paysmage

paysmage says: Somptuous painting !

Posted over 2 years ago.