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3:15 on a Sunday Afternoon 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:

Design is part of a progressive collection of five designs. called "When is your dark teatime of the Soul?" Oh, 3:15 pm. Mid afternoon on Sunday.

Purchasing a swatch of a design in your desired Spoonflower fabric or wallpaper is always recommended so that you can get an idea of the color and feel of the actual design printed on fabric and/or wallpaper. 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 - 171 dpi - basic repeat wallpaper - 200 dpi -basic repeat decal (medium) - 160 dpi - basic repeat gift wrap - 323 dpi- basic repeat

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anniedeb

anniedeb says: I worked with my camera last night and managed to botch things up even more -- now I'm shooting panoramic views! I have another camera that I started using yesterday but it's a smaller Fuji. Thank you for taking a look at the design. I need to try this design on a decal. Actually I had thought about getting a decal for each design included in this collection to show the visual progression. Anyway. Thanks again.

Posted almost 4 years ago.

su_g

su_g says: I suspect your camera didn't do justice to the swatch Deborah - having looked through this whole batch - but the 3-D effects are very impressive. Seeing the fabric swatch makes me wonder how this would go printed on a smooth grain - giving it more of the marble feeling... The whole collection is really quite fantastic but this is still my favorite!

Posted almost 4 years ago.

anniedeb

anniedeb says: Close up photo of a swatch of Spoonflower basic cotton printed with "3:15 on a Sunday afternoon." Photo was taken outdoors on a cloudy morning. My camera currently has "hinky" settings which I'm attempting to fix so the photo doesn't do the swatch justice.

anniedeb uploaded a fabric image for anniedeb's design 3:15 on a Sunday Afternoon :

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Posted almost 4 years ago.

anniedeb

anniedeb says: Thanks so much, Su and Amy. I appreciate your comments and enjoy reading your takes on this design. That's just one of the things I like about Spoonflower -- other people's interpretations of designs. I never saw the Art Deco influence until you mentioned it. Now I see it! Thanks so much.

Posted almost 4 years ago.

amy_g

amy_g says: Deborah, this is such a cool design....when I first glanced at it, it reminded me of the beautiful elevator doors you would see in a gorgeous,elegant old Art Deco building...the marble effect is so nice. Such an interesting and lovely collection!

Posted almost 4 years ago.

su_g

su_g says: I think this design also has a strong Art Deco feeling to it. I can imagine it printed on silk and used as wallpaper (obviously in some tasteful millionaire's mansion). I also see it as a take on plaid, and imagine it in a 1940s style post-war big-skirted (the New Look) dress, or something that Claire McCardell would design. Also, I so enjoyed reading your comment on the dark tea-time of the soul Deborah! Makes perfect sense.

Posted almost 4 years ago.

anniedeb

anniedeb says: Thanks so much, Winterblossom, Sylvie, and Su. I appreciate your comments so much. I'm glad you picked up on the name of the collection, Su. (Douglas Adams - Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.") I don't know if you all noticed but the "soul" becomes more cloudy. 9 a.m. represents morning and freshness then as Sunday wears on -- by the time you get to 4 p.m. on a Sunday afternoon -- well, that's the "dark tea-time." The colors were chosen -- the center of the design -- based on the color of the beverage tea. Obviously too much information but I enjoyed putting the collection together. Thank you for taking a look.

Posted almost 4 years ago.

su_g

su_g says: Wonderful colors and faux marble effect! As soon as I saw the thumbnail for this I thought "bank vault" - the way we seem to be looking into a highly protected space - that and your title, I think, were what made that connection!

Posted almost 4 years ago.

house_o...

house_of_heasman says: Wow Deborah! This whole collection is amazing! The marble effect is brilliant, and you've created a lovely 3D look. I want to run my hands over it and feel the silky smoothness. :-)

Posted almost 4 years ago.

winterb...

winterblossom says: I love the whole collection! How you managed to create these unusual designs I don't know but they are really very beautiful.

Posted almost 4 years ago.