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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: Ready to Ship
Item #: 120-21486
Contents: 100% Cotton
Fabric Weight: Lightweight
Bolts: 15 yds
Washing instructions: Machine wash cold, delicate, tumble dry low. Do not bleach.
Designer: The Living Pattern
Brand: PBS Fabrics
You don’t need a green thumb to bring your space to life with beautiful plants! Living Pattern brings her mastery of watercolor to fabric stores with Modern Botanicals. With over 150K Instagram followers, Living Pattern has built a reputation as a premier botanical artist, and has partnered with Paintbrush Studio Fabrics to create a collection of fabrics for your quilting and home décor needs. These prints feature household favorites like bold monstera leaves, delicate succulents, lush ferns and other tropical houseplants. Sew your own clothes with these patterns, or add them to cute DIY accessories like twist headbands and scrunchies! They look amazing on home décor like floor cushions, baskets, and curtains, too! The bold green and white color palette makes these perfect to explore the monochromatic modern quilt trend, or add a pop of rich detail in just the right spot.
Jenny Kiker, better known by her online handle of Living Pattern, is a watercolorist living in South Florida. Originally from North Carolina, she graduated from Savannah College of Art & Design with an Illustration major and Painting minor. After working with Carter's, Osh-Gosh kids clothing, Free People, and URBN Inc., she made the jump to compel her creativity into her own brand, and started focusing on her artwork full-time. She uses her art as a way to draw appreciation to nature, and to connect herself and her audience to its delicateness. She lets the subject inform where the lines in a piece want to go and how they want to feel. The ink is free to deepen and soften, just as color would in the natural world.