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L'affascinante Ragazza - maroon, lavender and blue, belle of the ball,  large scale reflection 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 is a large scale reflected version of the maroon, lavender and blue colorway of " L'affascinante Ragazza," which is symbolic of women bonding.

A different repeat pattern of this design, in another colorway, is my entry for the July 2016 Betabrand Challenge. The goal was to develop a design that was not what it seemed at first, i.e. which had hidden or disguised elements. * * * I have titled the design "L'affascinante Ragazza," which means "the fascinating girl" in Italian. * * * If you are familiar with my Bella Nina Collection, or my Abstract Swirls & Spires Collection, you may recognize the section in this design which I used as a starting point for this new collection. * * * I began with a section of an abstract design I had done previously, and worked from that, in a ® style; in other words, I had no idea where I was going. I just kept following the creative urge. copyright Mary K Wykes July 7, 2016

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