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Red Cabbage fabric by marketa_stengl on Spoonflower - custom fabric

Preview scale: 24 x 24 inches

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11.98in x 8.04in, 294 pixels/inch,
x repeats across a roll
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NOTE: Not recommended for use on even slightly textured walls. For children’s rooms, we recommend buying our Smooth wallpaper.

Horizontal: 1
Vertical: 1
Total: $0.00
On Basic Cotton Ultra per yard $ In stock

By Marketa Stengl

Textile designer loving watercolor, embroidery and hand drawn textures. Feel free to contact me for different size, color or for custom projects. I'd love to see your finished products! #marketastengl

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seesawboomerang says: I also saw intestines! I love when a pattern can be interpreted many ways :-)

Posted about 1 year ago.


su_g says: Yes I saw brains too - which means it could have appeal to zombie-lovers & such like... and now after reading your comment I also see intestines... plus there are the tracks left behind by certain burrowing or tunneling creatures... all inspired by cabbage no doubt!! Essence of good design!

Posted about 1 year ago.


marketa_stengl says: Dear Su, thank you for writing so nice comments, I appreciate it so much! I am also happy you like this cabbage series. While making the variations I started seeing things like brain and intestines... another labyrinths made by nature. Thank you very much! :)

Posted about 1 year ago.


su_g says: Another nice thing to do with red cabbage (beside eat it I mean!). These look terrific in all your variations of colour & ground Markéta - and I can totally imagine them in bedding. Also - I had to laugh at the 'romance' of your Collection title: Abstract Labyrinth inspired by Cabbage. Everything is beautiful! :-)

Posted about 1 year ago.