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Ewes in Ecru Fields fabric by anniedeb on Spoonflower - custom fabric

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By Deborah Astley

My designs are inspired by nature, words, music, personal experiences & memories. Please message me if you have any questions or requests.

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Description:

Ewes standing in a field of ecru.

Purchasing a swatch of a design in your desired Spoonflower fabric or wallpaper is recommended so that you can get an idea of the color and feel of the actual design printed on fabric and/or wallpaper. Currently sized for Spoonflower 42” wide fabrics. If you would like this fabric design resized at a smaller or larger scale, please send me a message through Spoonflower or add a message on the comments portion of this fabric design page. Thank you. fabric - basic repeat - 150 dpi wallpaper - basic repeat - 175 dpi gift wrap - basic repeat - 242 dpi

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anniedeb

anniedeb says: Thank you, Rhonda. We've gone from a small flock of 13 Suffolks down to one lone ancient ram. It's baaaaaaa'd times for our sheep. (Excuse the pun but I couldn't resist.) Our last ewe died two months ago so my drawings of our sheep have become tributes to the flock that once was. Thanks so much, Rhonda, for taking look. I appreciate your comments.

Posted almost 5 years ago.

rhondad...

rhondadesigns says: This flock of ewes look wonderful in their fluffy woolen coats as they proudly parade across their ecru field!

Posted almost 5 years ago.

anniedeb

anniedeb says: "Ewes in Putty Fields," "Ewes in Light Khaki Fields" . . . just doesn't sound as good as "ecru." Ha! I always appreciate your discerning eye taking a look at my designs. Thank you, Su.

Posted almost 5 years ago.

su_g

su_g says: Ha ha! The ecru conversation continues... I can totally see why you went for this title Deborah! I suspect that sheep in general take on the color of the prevailing soil (if I can say that - whatever is blown by the wind) - I know the only time ours are white is when they're freshly shorn.

Posted almost 5 years ago.

anniedeb

anniedeb says: Hi, Su. I researched it before I called this "ecru." Also I am partial to the word. "Ewes in Beige (or Cream or Tan) Fields" doesn't sound as evocative. "Ecru" sounds like the name of a diminutive flower to me. Also, Suffolk sheep -- their wool is about this color -- a little lighter -- here in southwest Oklahoma, it can even take on a slightly rusty red appearance due to our soil -- and, unless the sheep have been standing out in a driving rain and I thought to throw some Woolite on them before the rains came, the wool is rarely an actual white. One of the definitions for ecru that I found was "unbleached, in a raw state." I laughed when I read your comment about "ecru" being a useful word in Scrabble. So true. Appreciate your taking a look at the design and I enjoyed reading your comments.

Posted almost 5 years ago.

su_g

su_g says: Very nice colorway! I'm quite partial to ecru as a color (as well as being such a useful word in Scrabble!) - and I can see we lean in different directions for what defines it! (I'm thinking of my <a href="http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/3144235" rel="nofollow">'Mustaches in masks on ecru' fabric</a>) All the references I consulted on it had different ideas on where it came from and what color it describes too...

Posted almost 5 years ago.

anniedeb

anniedeb says: "Ewes in Ecru Fields" printed on Spoonflower faux suede. Photo taken indoors, natural light.

anniedeb uploaded a fabric image for anniedeb's design Ewes in Ecru Fields :

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Posted almost 5 years ago.