Diagonal waves of chrysanthemums drift above vertical columns of linocut tulips. Hatched linocut marks add delicate definition to this rhythmic and harmonious print.
Colour palette: Redcurrant, peach tones and bronze, with a burst of purple and white.
* Please note, red tones are tricky to capture accurately on camera. I have taken care to do so but if you are in doubt, refer to the professional product photo of the cushion featured (grey background).*
Petal Storm is one of four designs in my fabric collection Hidden Hanataba. Each design recalls the ornament and pattern captured in centuries-old Japanese prints.
* Price is per metre *
- Composition/weave: 100% cotton half panama - Weight: 309 GSM - Martindale rub test: See below * - Printed width: 150cm/59” - Repeat dimensions: 47cm/18.5” (W) x 47cm/18.5” (H) - straight match - White on reverse - Origin: United Kingdom - Usage: general domestic upholstery, soft furnishings, curtains/blinds, cushions, some crafts - Care instructions: machine washable at 40 degrees however dry cleaning is desirable (care label included) - Alternative colour way: Raisin (PS-CW1-F)
* My fabrics are currently being tested for durability. I will publish the Martindale rub test score here as soon as possible.
Prices shown are for 1-4 metres, delivered rolled via Royal Mail tracked/signed or by courier to UK and EU destinations. For larger orders, or if you are an international customer outside of the EU, please contact me.
Please remember printed colours may appear slightly different to those on your monitor and unfortunately I can’t return fabric once cut.
I recommend you request a sample of your fabric to make sure you are happy with the printed colour, weight and feel. Please email me for samples at info [!at] jessicajordandesigner.com. My standard sample size is 10cm (W) x 20cm (H) and costs 50p (a product listing will follow).
Petal Storm features my hand drawings and linocut prints, which I have arranged into a repeating pattern in Photoshop. This is an involved process due to the detailed nature of the repeat.
Linocutting involves careful carving of a design into linoleum. After applying ink I use my printing press to produce the relief print.
My fabrics are digitally printed in Staffordshire.