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Malachite 2 fabric by ravynka on Spoonflower - custom fabric

Preview scale: 24 x 24 inches

by ravynka

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By Ewa Bursztyka

Buying my fabric? Thank you so much and please share your projects! I reccomend ordering a swatch first before buying yardage as colors shown on the screen might be different when printed out. e-mail: ravynka@gmail.com

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Description:

Second version of my malachite fabric, this one is more subtle with colder green (closer to real malachite green)

Second version of my malachite fabric, this one is more subtle with colder green (closer to real malachite green) Colors printed on fabric may vary, please order swatch first if you're interested in buying larger amounts of fabric.

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nbaldwin07

nbaldwin07 says: Hi, I'm interested in orders yardage in this but was wondering if you have samples of how it looks on all the fabrics you have listed.

Posted 16 days ago.

no1anth...

no1anthonio says: I LIKE GREEN. NICE DESIGN.

Posted 24 days ago.

krystynlea

krystynlea says: I'd love to know what fabric was used on the X bench also. I sent Stephanie a direct message but haven't heard back.

Posted 5 months ago.

gingerc...

gingercreasy says: I love the greens. What a beautiful pattern

Posted 6 months ago.

hwood

hwood says: This one is beautiful. I hope to make a pullover top in this fabric in the future.

Posted about 1 year ago.

neesierie

neesierie says: Oh, how fabulous! Love the color and the design! They make me want to design a dress using this fabric!

Posted over 1 year ago.

katebil...

katebillingsley says: This is divine!

Posted almost 2 years ago.

ravynka

ravynka says: Abigail, thank you for sharing the news and featuring my fabric on your blog! I'd love to see the finished project:) Patrice, I'm not sure, you could send the direct message to kay_h428 who uploaded this project.

Posted almost 2 years ago.

patrices

patrices says: Can anyone confirm what fabric type was used in the x bench image? Thank you.

Posted almost 2 years ago.

abigail...

abigailfalls says: I just wanted to let you know I am using the opal in a design project www.gracebakerinteriors.com with clients and will send it on. We chose the green for a retail project and I am using the green and the other colors as well in my blog. theworldthroughdiamondwindows.blogspot.com I hope you will check it out. I will post images of the finished room with the opal once they are finished and I am desperate to get another client on board for the black and white. Abigail

Posted almost 2 years ago.

ravynka

ravynka says: Pamz, I'd love to give you a coupon code, but designers on Spoonflower don't have this option. Thank you, Happy Holidays to you too! Laura, I somehow missed your comment. Thank you so much for sharing pictures, it looks great!

Posted almost 2 years ago.

pamz

pamz says: I would really have liked to have had a coupon code for free shipping or something. If you can still do that as an extension of black friday, I would VERY much appreciate it. Thanks and Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays.

Posted almost 2 years ago.

jude712

jude712 says: Here's one taken without flash.

jude712 uploaded a project image link for ravynka's design Malachite 2 :

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Posted about 2 years ago.

jude712

jude712 says: I recovered my vanity chair's seat in this print in cotton poplin. This picture was taken with flash. It's a lovely fabric!

jude712 uploaded a project image link for ravynka's design Malachite 2 :

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Posted about 2 years ago.

rain_p21

rain_p21 says: Hi ravynka, I love this! What would you suggest should I use to cover an electric fireplace ? If Fabric what kind and if wallpaper what kind or would the gift wrapper be fine? Thanks!

Posted about 2 years ago.

ravynka

ravynka says: Wow Stefanie, what a craftmanship! Amazing upholstery, i love it! Thank you for sharing

Posted about 2 years ago.

kay_h428

kay_h428 says: Enjoyed working with this pattern. Great job! The Atherton Collection

kay_h428 uploaded a project image link for ravynka's design Malachite 2 :

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Posted about 2 years ago.

ravynka

ravynka says: Hi Krista. Sorry i don't know much about sewing so I have no idea. The repeat is 16.78in x 10.35in. Hope this helps somehow!

Posted over 2 years ago.

ktnowako

ktnowako says: My seamstress asked what is the repeat? We are confused by the question at the end how do we want our yardage. I am having 3 roman shades made. two windows are side by side. Each shade should take about 2 yards. How should I divide up the yardage? Thanks, Krista

Posted over 2 years ago.

cbarbie

cbarbie says: I just got a sample of the wallpaper version of this design. It is awesome! I've just ordered a roll to cover a small accent wall in my study.

Posted over 2 years ago.

kearab

kearab says: Hi I love this fabric and would like to make a dress- what would you reccomend in terms of fabric? I was thinking cotton silk blend?

Posted over 2 years ago.

ravynka

ravynka says: Hi, those are printed on satteen. Actually all fabrics would be good for throw pillows maybe except knits and jersey and the seethrough fabrics like silk crepe de chine and cotton voile. Have a look here for fabric descriptions http://www.spoonflower.com/spoonflower_fabrics

Posted almost 3 years ago.

eso5001

eso5001 says: Hello! What fabric do you have the fabric printed on in the images? What would you recommend for throw pillows? thanks!

Posted almost 3 years ago.

ravynka

ravynka says: Hi Kelly, 6 yards could be enough but you might need extra yard for hemming and to make sure the design on both curtain panels is symmetrical

Posted almost 3 years ago.

kellymk...

kellymkonzen says: Ravynka, how should I order my organic cotton sateen fabric if I am making curtains and need two panels of 108" by 56" each?

Posted almost 3 years ago.

ravynka

ravynka says: Hi Amy, if you are looking for heavier fabrics you might try linen and heavy cotton twill but their texture is different. Or maybe you could try to make lined curtains with sateen. http://www.spoonflower.com/spoonflower_fabrics here you can find a description of Spoonflower fabrics, maybe this would help.

Posted almost 3 years ago.

guglamy

guglamy says: Hello I ordered a sample of the cotton sateen in hopes it would be good for curtains. However it is so thin. What fabric can I choose that is heavier but still dressy.

Posted almost 3 years ago.

beserose

beserose says: Thank you for helping me with this order.

Posted almost 3 years ago.

skcreat...

skcreations,_llc says: Such gorgeous color!

Posted about 3 years ago.

ravynka

ravynka says:

ravynka uploaded a fabric image for ravynka's design Malachite 2 :

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Posted about 3 years ago.

ravynka

ravynka says:

ravynka uploaded a fabric image for ravynka's design Malachite 2 :

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Posted about 3 years ago.

ravynka

ravynka says: Thank you Bert, I'm not sure if silks would be sturdy enough for chair cushions, maybe you could order the swatches first and see by yourself. I have a chair upholstered in cotton poplin and it holds well but it's not used very often. Here you can find the details about the fabrics: http://www.spoonflower.com/spoonflower_fabrics. Spoonflower ships worldwide

Posted about 3 years ago.

bertybreen

bertybreen says: Hello, I really like your design. I don't know anything about fabric, and I need to cover some new dining chair cushions. Are there any types of fabric that are particularly suitable for cushions, or any that are completely unsuitable? I'd ideally like silk or something silk-like. I live in England, I hope it's possible to get fabric posted. Thanks. Bert.

Posted about 3 years ago.

valzart

valzart says: Exquisite design love the hues :~}Valz

Posted about 3 years ago.

ravynka

ravynka says: Hi Arielle, I can't do anything about the printing process, see by yourself, perhaps you will be sattisfied with how the swatches you ordered came out. About using this fabric for uphostery I've heard it might be a good idea to use some sort of fabric protection spray but I haven't tried this myself. Also Spoonflower recommends dry cleaning for the heavy cotton twill.

Posted over 3 years ago.

rellh

rellh says: I am considering using this as an upholstery fabric. I am going to order the swatch, but is there any other way to make the image crisper? Any thoughts about using it as upholstery?

Posted over 3 years ago.

crystal...

crystalbgarcia says: Thank you for your reply. I love the deep greens in the malachite v2 but will consider v1. My mistake (previous comment) the colors with the spots of different colors that are more pronounced on the cotton sateen swatch (confused with the silk). I'll be ordering a few more swatches. Thanks again!

Posted over 3 years ago.

ravynka

ravynka says: Hi Crystal, I'm sorry you're not satisfied with your swatches, this is a photographic design so there are some tiny spots with hues of other color (seen only when one looks very closely)as well as some subtle overlays. I wonder if this is what you mean, if so you might be happier with my other malachite design, which is more graphic and uniform in color and also more vivid http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/405770 As for your concern about print transfering on clothes - I have a chair upholstered in chrysocola print on the cotton poplin and it never transferred on my clothes and in fact I've never heard it could. But if you worried about it I suggest you direct this question to Spoonflower's help. I don't really think any of Spoonflower's silk is suitable for upholstery, maybe you could try heavy cotton twill, linen or poplin if you want a lighter fabric - also the colors shouldn't be so faded as on satteen.

Posted over 3 years ago.

crystal...

crystalbgarcia says: Hi! I just bought a few swatches of this print (cotton silk, silk crepe de chine, and cotton sateen) for reupholstery of my dining chairs. The cotton silk has the most depth but the print had defects/ discoloration (pinks in weird places, yellow marks, and splotches of yellow-lime where it should be darker - color is not uniform when it should be) and I am concerned that if someone were to sit on the chairs with light/ white clothing the color might transfer (I read this in quite a few forums). Have you have any experience with/ heard of anyone encountering this? Sadly, the sateen doesn't have as much depth, it looks like its faded and really doesn't do the print justice. Is there a way to fix this? I wouldn't mind the sateen if I could have the saturation and vividness that the cotton silk has. The silk is beautiful but also doesn't have the depth that the cotton silk has and it is too fragile for upholstery. Would make for a beautiful shirt.

Posted over 3 years ago.

ravynka

ravynka says: Hi, it depends on your preferences really - for heavier curtains the linen or sateen fabric might be best or even heavy cotton twill (but it's really thick), for lighter basic cotton or kona cotton. Here are the descriptions of the fabrics: http://www.spoonflower.com/spoonflower_fabrics and you can buy swatches on different fabrics or a sample pack to see the difference by yourself.

Posted over 3 years ago.

melsza

melsza says: Hi, yes! Can you please confirm what fabric you recommend for curtains?

Posted over 3 years ago.

katheri...

katherinefajen says: What is the best fabric for curtains with grommets at the top? I plan to line them, but I would like them to be a fairly substantial fabric. Thank you!!

Posted over 3 years ago.

ravynka

ravynka says: Lauren, I haven't got them printed on silk so i can't help much, malachite 2 is probably slightly closer to real malachite stone in colour, while 1st version is more bright and contrasted. You might want to order swatches to see by yourself.

Posted almost 4 years ago.

lodoll

lodoll says: hey there which one of your malachite prints is the best?? i ordered the other green but i wanted to know which looks better on silk

Posted almost 4 years ago.

ravynka

ravynka says: Ozana, i sent you a private message

Posted almost 4 years ago.

ozana81

ozana81 says: what do I choose for curtains?? I d have to choose by yard, right? But what type of fabric?? thanx!! Also, do you ship to Romania??

Posted almost 4 years ago.

ravynka

ravynka says: Thank you Angela, that's great! Please share some photos when your blinds are ready! The repeat is 16.78in width x 10.35in height

Posted almost 4 years ago.

asart147

asart147 says: Lovely design! I am thinking of using your fabric to make blinds and will therefore have to join 2 widths of fabric together. Could you let me know what the pattern repeat is so that I can calculate the required quantity correctly? Thanks!

Posted almost 4 years ago.

ravynka

ravynka says: hi pwshiau, differences between this two were more visible before the color profile change but still, v2 is darker with colder green and a little more details while v1 is brighter green and a bit more graphic and contrasted

Posted almost 4 years ago.

pwshiau

pwshiau says: it's hard for me to see the difference form the original and version 2. is version 2 more like the malachite stone? thank you!

Posted almost 4 years ago.

acquati...

acquatic_lines_etc_ says: Rich deep color.

Posted almost 4 years ago.

joancar...

joancaronil says: Very beautiful design, remembers me somehow the Turkish Ebru painting style on water. :-)

Posted over 4 years ago.

ravynka

ravynka says: Thank you Sally. Unfortunatelly this images show how the fabric printed before, now that Spoonflower changed their color profile some in-between hues were lost. I hope I will be able to correct it somehow.

Posted over 4 years ago.

ravynka

ravynka says: Just got the swatches printed in the new color profile (v2). Not happy with how it looks now, both my malachite fabrics look almost the same now, less contrasted and flatter. I'll have to try and correct this but until then please use old color profile if you have a choice

Posted over 4 years ago.

ravynka

ravynka says: Thanks! I just ordered swatches for v 2.1, i hope there won't be any dramatic hue shifts

Posted over 4 years ago.

fireflower

fireflower says: From the image posted, I can see the improvement in the color. I think you've got it spot on now. this is lovely, and it has a very well done repeat, too.

Posted over 4 years ago.

preethi...

preethiprabhuram says: gorgeous...

Posted over 4 years ago.

ravynka

ravynka says: :D Thank you!

Posted almost 5 years ago.

poetryqn

poetryqn says: Even better than the first!

Posted almost 5 years ago.

ravynka

ravynka says: Thanks Su, Yes, it took some tries but i'm happy with it eventually, it pretty much looks like the real malachite:)

Posted about 5 years ago.

su_g

su_g says: Great to see malachite - I can see you had to do a lot of work to get the colours - are you happy with them now?

Posted about 5 years ago.

ravynka

ravynka says: Wow, thank you Candy for such a great comment! Glad you like it.

Posted over 5 years ago.

candyjoyce

candyjoyce says: Fabulous, it looks even better than a polished slab of malachite. It reminds me of paper marbling projects that we used to do in school.

Posted over 5 years ago.