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JP9 - Pearl Grey and Taupe checkerboard fabric by maryyx on Spoonflower - custom fabric

Preview scale: 24 x 24 inches.

by maryyx

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8.00in x 8.00in, 150 pixels/inch,
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By Mary Wykes

Color combos in my designs range from soft and subtle to bold and vivacious. In addition to creative, original artwork there are coordinates such as plaids, stripes, polka dots, solids and more. Ask if you need something customized!

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Description:

1” squares of pearl grey and taupe create this large checkerboard texture. There is a smaller version in the full collection.

Here is a URL to the full collection: https://www.spoonflower.com/collections/167317 * * * * * The word check, per this article on Wikipedia, originated from the Persian word "shah," meaning "king." The word entered the French language as "echec" in the 11th century, and from there passed into English. - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Check_(pattern) - This commonly used pattern, you see, came from the oriental game of chess, which was played on a squared board. * * * * * Checked fabric can be used effectively in a manner similar to gingham. It is, of course, always a great choice for shirts and blouses. If you are wanting to create a country look in your home décor, checks can be used for curtains, pillows, place mats, dinner napkins, or a tablecloth. Combine them with a coordinating solid for bedding linens. The sky’s the limit, really. * * * * * For fun quilting options, combine a checked fabric with a floral and a stripe or a solid. Fun, fun, fun! * * * * * If you need any design in this collection in a different size, just ask! Thanks for stopping by my shop! * * * * * Copyright Mary K Wykes 6-20-18

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