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Lady Grey fabric by beckarahn on Spoonflower - custom fabric

Preview scale: 24 x 24 inches

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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 Becka Rahn

I am one of the co-authors of The Spoonflower Handbook. I am a fabric and clothing designer based in Minneapolis MN. I teach fabric and surface design, business skills for artists and fiber art techniques for all ages.

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Description:

Blue cornflowers in a moody color palette. Made from cut paper. Named Lady Grey because cornflowers are often an ingredient in that tea blend.

This design hides some unusual details. I like to use recycled materials to make the original art that I scan to assemble my designs. At a charity event I attended with friends several weeks ago, we were each issued a hairnet. Seeing the barrel of thrown away hairnets at the end of the event, I commented that someone should do something with them and it was sad we were generating so much trash. So I put my hairnet in my pocket. I took it home and scanned it and that soft spider-webby texture is what you see in the background of this design. In keeping with the theme, I made the rest of the design from recycled magazines and catalogs. Many of the blues came from photos accompanying a series of articles about modern medicine; namely blue vinyl gloves and scrubs.

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