Tuesday, 7 March 2017

Vintage Linen

Last push in the studio before I sneak off to Edinburgh Yarn Festival.  My young assistant thought we might change the way we photograph our wares, it also means she can stay in the warm.

Petrol blue linen cut from an unused bolt with the most amazing colour way, the blooms just look like grey but on closer inspection they have hints of pink, yellow and blue which adds to the depth of the print.  Perfect pattern matching on the pockets is essential so as not to loose the impact of the design.

Old school Sanderson, cut from an unused bolt of upholstery linen, lucky me.
This is the type of design that everyone tries to copy but Sanderson are the original best.

 This vintage French linen is classic over the top blooms and scrolls.

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