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Cockie cute SINGLETON fabric by su_g on Spoonflower - custom fabric

Preview scale: 24 x 24 inches

by su_g

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24.06in x 24.06in, 187 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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Vertical: 1
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By Su Schaefer

Showing my 'Palacio' entry in the Spanish Tiles Design Challenge. Experimentation & learning drive my designing: BIG thanks to all who fave, comment, purchase, use & share project pictures of my designs. All designs©Su Schaefer All Rights Reserved

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Close up of a sulphur crested cockatoo, keen inhabitant of our backyard. Original photograph © Chris Schaefer 2012.

Close up of a semi-wild or semi-tame sulfur (or sulphur) crested cockatoo, keen inhabitant of our backyard. Best as a Fat Quarter on 54" wide fabric (e.g. linen-cotton canvas). For four (4) to a yard of 54" fabric see 'MULTIPLE Cockie cute: 4 to one 54" YARD' (centered repeat, 150 ppi).

Original photograph © Chris Schaefer 2012; compilation © Su Schaefer 2012

See my Andy Warhol inspired cockatoo designs.

See all my bird designs.

Fabric: works best as a fat quarter on 54" wide fabrics, currently set as a fat quarter on linen-cotton canvas, centered repeat, 168 ppi.

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su_g says: Thanks for the lovely comment on 'Cockie cute' Amy - he is a very handsome (but also mischievous) bird!

Posted almost 5 years ago.


amy_g says: Oh, look at that beautiful creature - I can't believe these live in your lucky girl!!!!

Posted almost 5 years ago.


su_g says: Thanks so much for the great feedback Joan, Deborah, Sue Ellen and Rhonda; my husband (who took the picture) is so pleased and thanks you all too! This cockatoo doesn't quite live in our backyard, he's more of a frequent visitor, and Rhonda you're so right about the split personality: one minute asking to be admired, the next trying to tear your house down... This was actually designed for a 15" decal but I saw that it would fit onto a linen-cotton canvas FQ too & would, I think, print well on that fabric with the light-fast pigment inks perfect for picture printing.

Posted about 5 years ago.


rhondadesigns says: This fantastic photo of your cockatoo should translate well into a fabric print. You can see the wicked, piratical gleam in this cocky chap's eye! If he is anything like any of the cockatoos that I have known, he will be alternating between charming you with sweet talk and muttering dire threats! These birds have a real, sardonic, sense of humour!

Posted about 5 years ago.


fireflower says: If this looks anywhere as good on the fabric as it looks here, this will be dynamite framed on the wall!

Posted about 5 years ago.


anniedeb says: This cockatoo lives in your backyard? He's so very beautiful but he doesn't look like he needs anyone to tell him that. Linen-cotton canvas is the perfect fabric for him.

Posted about 5 years ago.


su_g says: It does look like a smile, but is really a complaint: where's the food????

Posted about 6 years ago.


joanmclemore says: It looks like it is smiling!

Posted about 6 years ago.