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©2011 Map of the Human Condition fabric by glimmericks on Spoonflower - custom fabric

Preview scale: 24 x 24 inches.

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By Pamela Rinehart

Mostly digital art/all originals - do not copy (Copyright Pamela Rinehart - all rights reserved) | YES - you can make/sell anything made with fabric you buy | view fabric collections for a better experience

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From the Mountains of Love and Valley of the Fertile Imagination, across the Dire Straits to the Island of Loneliness and Isle of Sorrows, This maps the lands lying within the Ocean of Opportunity. Ships ply the shark infested waters. Risks are great but the rewards, when found, are well worth the effort.

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glimmericks says: Thanks, Rhonda and Phoebe - my 18 year old had to explain to me what The Phantom Tollbooth was. I had a lot of fun working on this - made a long list of place names and had to struggle to stop where I did. Could probably cover yards without repeating!

Posted over 6 years ago.


rhondadesigns says: This is not only a fabulous design, Pamela, it really is a "Map of the Human Condition"!!! Every time I look at this pattern I discover a new bit of it's Geography!

Posted over 6 years ago.


feebeedee says: Creative! It reminds me of the book The Phantom Tollbooth. I think you would enjoy it. (It's juvenile fiction and very fun)

Posted over 6 years ago.


glimmericks says: I envision it as a linen tote but it would make a fun pillow - or a Hawaiian shirt!

Posted over 6 years ago.


saraink says: How creative! This would make a great pillow for to meditate upon ~ he he

Posted over 6 years ago.