FABRIC -GREENS

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BARGELLO is a decorative design with washes of watercolour layered in graded translucent shades. It’s inspired by the embroidered cloth of the same name, from the Bargello Palace in Florence. Also called ‘Flame Stitch’.
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KILIM is a large-scale geometric pattern based on the traditional Middle Eastern rug. Kilims are handmade flat-woven rugs traditionally produced in countries of the former Persian Empire and often feature motifs...
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TAPESTRY is based on an old, worn-out diamond Kilim. The blotted and washed-in watercolour effects are intended to represent the faded and frayed sections of the woven rug.
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Serval reimagines the natural markings of the striking African wild cat that lends this motif its name.
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Tweed celebrates the beauty and complexity of natural fibres.
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Smoke Bush presents a heartfelt homage to Kate’s cherished memories of her grandmothers’ gardens.
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Hand-drawn and intricate, this irregular pattern brims with personality.
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Sandy pathways wind their way through a coastal landscape with basking lizards and snakes soaking up the heat of a summer day in new design DUNES. 
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Dainty Australian Wrens perch among the branches of the native tree Banksia ericifolia in our classic original HEATH BANKSIA.
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CANOPY features trees and twigs, clouds, and native birds perched or fluttering across the sky in an ambient repeat pattern. 
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Precise and graphic, Drawing 5 is softened by the painterly lines and warm colours. 
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Inspired by Indian miniature painting motifs, WOODLAND is a lovely, pastoral depiction of creatures and birds.
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With leaves similar to those of the Indigo plant, this simple motif is arranged in a traditional Mughal pattern usually designed with flowers.
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A delightful leaf pattern in a floating layout. Feminine and demure, sprig designs were popular 18th Century dress fabrics.
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A delightful leaf pattern in a floating layout. Feminine and demure, sprig designs were popular 18th Century dress fabrics.
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SONGBIRDS, or perching birds, joyfully trilling in a tree of feathery, fan-shaped leaves.
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TREE DWELLERS is a contemporary polka-dot pattern of resting, scrambling, nesting, and pondering tree-top living critters.
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TAPESTRY is a dynamic arrangement of small squares painted in translucent washes. Inspired by a diamond kilim rug.
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LINEA is soft and shadowy yet rendered in punchy colours and references the itajime shibori style of Japanese dyeing. 
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MORPH was inspired by the Shibori dying technique of Japan. Soft watercolour effects bleed into the background.
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CLOUDBURST is a sudden and heavy rainfall. Fat drops of rain tracing a line down a window - its pattern satisfying, yet random.
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WINDSWEPT is an over-scale pattern of fresh energy. It conveys a rush of vitality, as if a gust of wind is swirling and clearing the air.
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SUNLIT is inspired by the dreamy sensation of sunlight viewed through blossoms. It is optimistc and references the temporal beauty of nature.
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Inspired by small clumps of grass, or threads, the Tuft pattern is imbued with a soft brush stroke that resembles grasses blowing in the wind.
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A scree is a natural slope made up of loose stony debris. The scree pattern has a feeling of movement as if small pebbles or gravel are scattering.
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This distilled design of a rill or stream evokes rivulets of fast flowing water echoing the rise and fall in the process of weaving.
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Fleck is inspired by a lock of wool, or a streak or speckle. This textural, handsome design is elevated by the repetitive placement of speckled light.

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