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CD18 - Golden Butterscotch and Speckled Pastel Green  Stripe on Butterscotch fabric by maryyx on Spoonflower - custom fabric

Preview scale: 24 x 24 inches.

by maryyx

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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:

This yellow and speckled green pastel stripe printed nicely on my cotton swatch but has the potential to shimmer on satin.

Easily find coordinates within the full Cosmic Dance collection by watching for the code CD18 at the beginning of design titles or do a search for this same code on the Spoonflower designs page to pull up related designs.

Personally I love stripes! I've always been frustrated by how few I saw in the store, and when I found a striped blouse, I always had to try it on. Now that I'm here at Spoonflower, where it is easy to find an endless variety of stripes, I truly realize how much I am drawn to them. I tend to prefer pinstripes, and after reading this article on the history of stripes, I have new insight as to why, at a subconscious level, that might be: https://fashion-history.lovetoknow.com/fabrics-fibers/striped-cloth

In clothing, I tend to think of stripes as most useful for blouses and shirts. They are also tremendously fun to use for quilting. Here is a fun and useful article about using stripes in your next quilt: https://quiltsocial.com/use-striped-fabrics-effectively-in-your-quilt-design/

If you need a design in another size, just ask! Thanks for stopping by my shop.

Copyright Mary K Wykes June 20, 2018

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