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Wisteria - Delft Tiles fabric by wren_leyland on Spoonflower - custom fabric

Preview scale: 24 x 24 inches.

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By C. Wren Leyland

Thanks to all who used my fabric, and sent compliments! All designs are original drawings unless specified; all rights reserved. You may sell crafts made with my spoon-printed fabric, or purchase licensing rights. Upload your photos!

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In the tradition of Delft tiles, complementing tiles surround the hand-painted (by me) wisteria greenery and warbler image.

In the tradition of Delft tiles, complementing tiles surround the hand-painted (by me) wisteria and warbler image. The tiles were generated from my original drawings. Use this as a cheater quilt, window covering, wall hanging, wedding/event banner, patio divider, or whatever comes to mind. To sew simple kitchen curtains, fold over a couple inches at the top (measure windows first!) to feed the curtain rod through. Then fold over the rough edges and sew them to the back. Make sure you don't sew over the curtain rod opening. To prepare for a banner, you might get away with less finishing of edges, depending on how long you'll have it up. Curtain rods can hold it up outdoors, but some rust. A wood or acrylic dowel, will do; an extra layer of fabric inside the fold will help block acid from the wood. Check what you plan to attach the rods to -- loop thick ribbons to staple it to a wooden surface. For sturdy wall art, place foam batting over wood or frame, then staple the fabric over the batting, to the back of the structure. All rights reserved.

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wren_leyland says: Winterblossom, that was so helpful of you to upload the scan of your fabric. So bright! I am glad you are enjoying it.

Posted almost 3 years ago.


winterblossom says: This is one of Wren's design in Wisteria Garden Collection which is called Warbler. As you can see this design Warbler is featured in centre of the design above. Thought it would be useful to upload so you can see how beautifully and clearly it has printed. This is an 8 inch print on Faux Suede.

winterblossom uploaded a fabric image for wren_leyland's design Wisteria - Delft Tiles :


Posted almost 3 years ago.


wren_leyland says: Thanks, Sylvie. I enjoyed your batik series -- the irregular crackling formed such seamless tiling.

Posted about 5 years ago.


house_of_heasman says: Very Pretty. The colours and the softness of the design are great! That's a cute little bird. You can almost smell the country.

Posted about 5 years ago.