example of hand block printed fabrics
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Handprinted Fabric

Home Sweet

Using a traditional block printing process, Delaware artist Jenny Nelson makes colorful Arts and Crafts–inspired fabrics for upholstery, drapes, and throw pillows. Water-based inks give the hemp-and-organic-cotton-blend fabric a soft, weathered look, while over a dozen color combinations and nine original floral and geometric designs allow your own taste to dictate the final product.

Shown: Leaf Weave in grass, Mary Margaret in plum and chocolate, and Trumpet Flower in adobe and grass, starting at $80 per yard; Home Sweet
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