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Millefleur - Marigold - 22564

Paintbrush Studio Fabrics

Description

First image shown represents a 12-inch swatch of fabric.

Shipping starting March 2022

Available on Quilting Cotton!

Quilting Cotton

  • 100% Cotton
  • 44" wide (42" print area)

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Quilting Cotton Specs - 120-22564

About Quilting Cotton: Medium weight fabric which tends to hold it's shape even after being washed, making it perfect for quilting and crafting structured garments!

Shipping: March 2022

Item #: 120-22564

Contents: 100% Cotton

Fabric Weight: Lightweight

Bolts: 15 yds

Width: 44"

Washing instructions: Machine wash cold, delicate, tumble dry low. Do not bleach.

Designer: Jessica Nielsen

Brand: PBS Fabrics 

About the Prints

Jessica Nielsen’s second collection, Millefleur, is an ode to beautiful flowering plants. From the first announcing blooms of spring to the late flowering ones in fall, all are admired for their abundant tiny flowers, their bright colors or their ability to attract masses of bees and butterflies. Each FLEUR impresses in its own way. Try any of these prints for all of your sewing and DIY projects.

About the Artist

Jessica Nielsen is a Dutch surface pattern designer with Danish roots. She has a clear love for nature, which can be seen in her work. Her signature style is one of bold and bright designs, all of which are at once minimal, colorful, and brimming with joy. No wonder that Jessica Nielsen patterns are licensed by companies worldwide, from fashion and cosmetics to home textiles.
Jessica’s work challenges you to use your imagination and find your own meaning in her art. You will see organic shapes with a perfect curve, be surprised by the tension between elegance and rawness, and be swept along by the dynamics of different silhouettes. In her atelier in Rotterdam, Jessica brings all these elements together in timeless designs that not so much tell a story as they elicit a primary response. That response is often one of completely falling in love with the simplicity and cleverly stylized nature of this artist’s work.
As they are untied by fleeting trends and clearly inspired by nature, Jessica’s patterns are highly appreciated by many sustainable brands. You will find them applied on durable fashion items, natural cosmetics, packaging, stationery products, posters, and even artworks adorning walls.

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