Tuesday, 1 February 2011

New Floral Linens

Beautiful floral linens are now available on-line. You can buy as little as a fat quarter metre for small projects.

Iron Flowers is a design that was inspired by wrought iron lacework. It's a design I had used previously in my range of eco-fashion (which we no longer make) and knew that it would work perfectly on our European linens.

This is the Crème Print on Duck Egg Blue linen.

The alternate colourway is a Crème Print on Sage Green linen.

Dotty About Roses is the other floral now available on Natural Linen printed in Red, Blue and Crème that coordinate with the French Stripes traditional colourways.

My prayers are with North Queenslanders today that nasty Cyclone Yasi stays out at sea. We've had enough disasters!


circle retreat quilter said...

Hi Thea, ever thought about making I pad covers with your lovley fabric? i think that Dotty about roses would Make a great beaytiful case for an ipad? Have a great day Stacey

Thea said...

HI Stacey. No, we have enough to do but feel free to use our fabric to make some!

Posie Patchwork said...

Oh they are gorgeous, loving them, love Posie

Make mine Mid-Century said...

Love 'dotty about roses' ... just delightful!

Ruby and Belle said...

I love that print Thea.
Have to make time soon to come and check out your studio.
Hope your hubby is doing better.

gaby@stilelemente said...

Hi Thea, Iron Flowers does work perfectly on your linens, beautiful basecloth colours and the design translates effortlessly from fashion to homewares :)

chair up said...

Gorgeous Thea, I especially like the Creme Print on the Duck Egg Blue linen.

Pesky Cat Designs said...

Love the new wrought iron lace work pattern! Glad to see you are back in the swing of things and back to working on all your lovely creations.

I'm praying that the cyclone stays away. Take care and have a great week ahead. :)

Anabel Fournier said...

Beautiful Thea. The detail on the Iron Flowers is wonderful.
Hope your husband is better!

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