Fabric By The Yard: Part 2

First of all, thank you for the amazing response on my last post! We are so thankful for your kind words and support.

Today, I'm sharing the other 4 designs that will be available as fabric by the yard on April 25th. I really like this Paprika and Mineral combo below - how pretty would this be as curtains in a sunroom?

Most of our inks are very transparent, creating a soft hand and a gentle color so you can easily incorporate more pattern into a room without feeling overwhelmed by pattern.

Oxalis is a very deep blue-purple. It's probably the strongest colorway we have right now and it's based off the oxalis my grandma gave me for our garden. Heuchera in Oxalis and Mallow is feminine and elegant. I'd love to find a vanity chair to cover in this fabric.

Pokeberry in Berry and Denim is a bold colorway based off the inky leaves and berries of the pokeberry plant. This print would make beautiful cushions to add a bit of color to a neutral room.

Want to see how you can incorporate these fabrics into your home? Check out this post.

Heuchera in Paprika and MineralHeuchera, Hand printed Fabric by the Yard by Sara Parker Textiles

Heuchera in Straw and OxalisHeuchera, Hand printed Fabric by the Yard by Sara Parker Textiles

Heuchera in Oxalis and MallowHeuchera, Hand printed Fabric by the Yard by Sara Parker Textiles

Meadowlark in JuniperMeadowlark, Hand printed Fabric by the Yard by Sara Parker Textiles

Meadowlark in MallowMeadowlark, Hand printed Fabric by the Yard by Sara Parker Textiles

Parlor in PebbleParlor, Hand printed Fabric by the Yard by Sara Parker Textiles

Parlor in ClayParlor, Hand printed Fabric by the Yard by Sara Parker Textiles

Parlor in JuniperParlor, Hand printed Fabric by the Yard by Sara Parker Textiles

Pokeberry in Berry and DenimPokeberry, Hand printed Fabric by the Yard by Sara Parker Textiles

Pokeberry in Straw and LichenPokeberry, Hand printed Fabric by the Yard by Sara Parker Textiles

Stay tuned for ideas on how you can incorporate these hand printed fabrics into your home and use them for small fun projects as well!

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April 17, 2017 by Sara Parker
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Comments

Linda Greiss

Linda Greiss said:

Such gorgeous fabrics! I love your colors and designs!

Sara

Sara said:

Thank you, Linda!

Joan

Joan said:

I am loving your color combinations….I am thinking (Mmmm) of making a shower curtain for our new home in Athens…I’m the gal who met you in NSB last Fall.
We move into our new home May 10th and I am deciding on what fabric choice would be the best for guest bath….my go to’s are: Brown Thrasher, Meadowlark and Pokeberry. How much do you think I will need to make a shower curtain Sara?

Sara

Sara said:

Hi Joan! I would measure your shower rod and go from there. Our printed fabric is 47-50" wide, so you might have to sew panels to get the right width.

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