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Narcissus fabric by joanmclemore on Spoonflower - custom fabric

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By Joan McLemore

I am a self taught graphics dabbler. Try out the tags below for various styles of some of my designs. The second link below is a sample of my "feminine" designs as demo of using the tags....... The first link is will take you to a little blog that

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These flowers are Narcissus that my husband planted for me. I painted them and designed this for large-scale that could be made into pillows, possibl

These flowers are Narcissus that my husband planted for me. I painted them and designed this for large-scale that could be made into pillows, possibly. Copyright 2011. All rights reserved. Joan McLemore

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joanmclemore says: This was painted in Photoshop and then set up as a pillow size print.

Posted about 6 years ago.

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joanmclemore says: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mrsmac/5713573221/in/photostream/

joanmclemore uploaded a fabric image for joanmclemore's design Narcissus :

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Posted about 6 years ago.

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joanmclemore says: This has been the most different fabric design I've attempted. I had a black and white sketch of these narcissus. My husband planted these for me, and one spring I had done a pencil sketch of them. I decided to see what I could do with "painting" them using Photoshop. I decided to set them up for a size that could cover a pillow. The painted portion turned out printing better than I expected. It was interesting working this one up.

Posted about 6 years ago.