Fernanda Martinez’s highly expressive modern florals are at their best in her first fabric collection! This self-taught Mexican artist uses gouache, watercolor, and acrylic paint to explore the relationship between her abstract art and the natural world. In Urban Jungle, colorful patterns of tropical leaves, leopard spots, palm fronds, and wispy flowers mingle with vivid hues of hunter green, mustard, cyan and wine. The oversized main prints are ideal for home décor like trendy curtains and throws, and the more delicate prints make for dreamy streetwear and giftable DIY projects. Bring some botanical inspiration home today!
This Flat Fat Stack contains 5 pieces of 18x21" fabric from Urban Jungle by Fernanda Martinez. SKUs included are:
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We're so excited to introduce you to the Flat Fat Stack, a revolutionary approach to the typical fat quarter bundle. All of the prints in the bundle you ordered are provided on a single sheet of fabric. By changing the way we process our pre-cuts, we're committing to more sustainable production practices, and offering makers unique opportunities to experiment and expand their creative practice.
When you order fat quarters from us, you will receive the new Flat Fat Stack!
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Item #: 120FQUJ2
Contents: 100% Cotton
Fabric Weight: Lightweight
Number of Pieces: 5
Cut Size: 18" x 21"
Washing instructions: Machine wash cold, delicate, tumble dry low. Do not bleach.
Designer: Fernanda Martinez
Brand: PBS Fabrics
Fernanda is a fine arts painter and illustrator based in Oakland, California. She is the founder of her personal brand La Tinta, which is best recognized for its highly expressive spirit and colorful patterns. Fernanda’s artwork highlights a free personality with a marked emphasis on nature and botanical themes. Through her work, she aims to inspire others to admire the beauty of the ordinary, draw the attention to details and prompt to reconnect with the natural world. Most of Fernanda’s inspiration comes from photography, interiorism, folk ornaments and textile design.