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owl-flowers fabric by gaiamarfurt on Spoonflower - custom fabric

Preview scale: 24 x 24 inches

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11.98in x 7.78in, 167 pixels/inch,
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NOTE: Not recommended for use on even slightly textured walls. For children’s rooms, we recommend buying our Smooth wallpaper.

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By Gaia Marfurt

I'm an italian freelance illustrator living in Belluno, a little town at the foots of Dolomities. I created some classes on Skillshare, where I teach how to create patterns using the free software Gimp. You can find them on the link below:

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bruxama...

bruxamagica says: so cute!

Posted over 2 years ago.

gaiamar...

gaiamarfurt says:

gaiamarfurt uploaded a project image link for gaiamarfurt's design owl-flowers :

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Posted over 2 years ago.

gaiamar...

gaiamarfurt says: Thank you, Barbara! :)

Posted over 2 years ago.

tallula...

tallulahdahling says: This is a terrific two-way design. You know, two way character prints are great for babies. When my cousin's son, Jamie, was about 6 months old I made him overalls with some crazy cats all over them - a two way print. He could look down and see some of the faces looking right-side-up at him, and he would pull the fabric away from him and look and look. He loved those overalls so much that when he grew out of them, I made a stuffed cat the same size as the overalls, like one of the cats on the fabric, and put the overalls on him. He loved that kitty. --------------------- These little owls made me think of that because they're just the kind of cartoon critter that would get a baby's attention as they look right side up at him. It would be good if this pattern came in a half-size version for baby-sized people. :)

Posted over 2 years ago.