You’d think a floral would be all about cheeriness, and this is. But there’s also an edge, something under the surface, almost like a curtain, pillow — or dress — in “Twin Peaks.”
This 1960s Waverly Fabric piece is titled “Lynnwood,” and it is simply a riot of churning flowers. Roses, Asters, Hydrangea, Mums, Anemones, and Peonies with with abundant foliage to steal the scene in whatever it’s made into.
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FIBER: Mid-weight, a little drape, a gorgeous cotton line blend with a lovely hand.
COLORS: Subtle chartreuse, shades of dusted teal, cornsilk, taupe, creamy off white, and russet. The unusual palette gives this fabric a depth and tension that a lighter palette might make frivolous.
SIZE: 48″ wide + 1″ left hand selvage and .5″ right hand selvage x 1 yard increments with up to 3 yards available.
PURCHASING: On desktops add one yard to cart and then visit your cart to add more yardage.