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Red Antelope & Guinea Fowl on Black & White fabric by barbaramarrs on Spoonflower - custom fabric

Preview scale: 24 x 24 inches

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6.00in x 6.00in, 200 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 Barbara Marrs

I am a jack-of-all trades—photographer, science teacher, volunteer paleontologist, and textile artist—just to name a few. My designs reflect a blend of these experiences in a variety of themes that I hope will inspire you to create many unique projects.

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This Antelope and Guinea African pattern is based on my original designs created with the Tritik Shape Resist Dyeing method.

This tritik design is available in other color combinations, or scaled smaller or larger upon request. This is a fun design for a shirt, skirt, or sundress, made from one of Spoonflower's fabulous cottons, or a midi/maxi dress sewn with Spoonflower's Modern Jersey Knit or Woven Silky Faille. The large repeat pattern is also perfect for a variety of home décor projects—drapes, throw pillows, table runners, etc. Working with fabrics, tie-dye techniques have always intrigued me. While taking a textile course at UCLA, I was introduced to tritik—the African art of shaped resist dyeing. This method of shaping cloth and securing it before dyeing opened up a whole new way of giving fabrics a three-dimensional form by stitching the cloth in the planned design and drawing the thread to pull the fabric tightly together to resist the dye. The spacing of the stitches and thickness of the folded cloth are the elements that give life to the tritk process, giving the end product some of its most appealing characteristics. The African Tritik Collection features designs from my original silk and cotton textiles.

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