Queen Anne's Bouquet

Just wanted to share a quick peek of another one of my newest textile designs, Queen Anne's Bouquet, which I'm using on curtains in my bedroom at my dad's cottage in Antioch.  It's in an ivory linen & reminds me so much of our little field of wildflowers (including a ton of Queen Anne's Lace) growing right across the street from the house:  


{The kids picking wildflowers last summer}

I can't wait wake up to these in the mornings:

{It's actually a pretty large repeat but looks much smaller in this pic}

Here's a picture I took (color is off) of a print-out of my original drawing:


As soon as I have pics of the actual fabric/ curtains, I'll be sure to share!!
Have a great weekend & stay cool!!

 
xoxo, Lauren

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23 comments:

An Urban Cottage said...

So cool. It would always invoke memories of summer. Who wouldn't love that?!

Kel said...

This would make a gorgeous framed print!

anamanzana said...

quit teasing me with your beautiful fabrics! i am SO wanting to purchase them. if you would like, drop me an email about price, etc, please. (anamanzana57@gmail.com)

Dharma said...

seriously...quit teasing ;) gorgeous Lauren! this is summer style for reals

Amy said...

That is so pretty!

Blessed Rain said...

would love to do my kitchen and living room with that green pattern!

EDYTA and CO. INTERIOR DESIGN said...

so pretty and sentimental :)
Happy Friday!

~Edyta

pve design said...

I want 5 yards NOW!
It is after all my color :)
pve

traci zeller designs said...

Soooo pretty, Lauren!

Megan Lee said...

I love this one even more than the paisley. So pretty!

Marta (Montenegro) Martin said...

Absolutely lovely! Just lovely. Thank you for sharing - love your magnolia too!

Anne-Marie @ 10 Rooms said...

you are So very talented, Lauren. It's absolutely beautiful.

greg's wife said...

Stunning! Timeless! You hit the nail on the head with this one. Just last night as I was jogging beside all the Queen Anne's Lace in the ditch, I thought that you would be able to capture the intricate beauty in one of your fabrics like nobody else could. Thanks for the eye candy! I'll have to enjoy it from the screen, but have no fear that this will be in high demand!

under spanish moss said...

What a fun fabric! Can't wait to see the curtains for your dad's cottage!

AnneHH said...

Wow, Lauren!!! You are a fabric designer extraordinaire!! LOVE it!!! It is SO HOT that it is really nice to be reminded that not everything about summer is bad. Love the romantic, vintage feel of this pattern. SO takes me back to a magical summer spent with my brothers on Cape Cod...........
xoxo, Anne

red ticking said...

love queen anne lace.... they are so light and airy...
hoping you are truly enjoying your weekend sweetie...x

Windlost said...

Lauren, it is so beautiful, and so YOU!

Love love love it. I would like to be very posh and make a shower curtain out of this as I just painted our bathroom a lovely green...

xo Terri

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Carol@SofasandSage.com said...

Lauren, that is GORGEOUS! I truly love it. I am a textile freak and I have yet to see something like that pattern within pattern with that flower. I am totally in love.

Haven and Home said...

Ah! Obsessed!!!! Absolutely gorgeous!!!!

KVoss said...

Lauren, I've loved your last two posts! I'm a fourth generation summer resident in Antioch. My great grandfather built our family's original house there almost a century ago. I can so relate to the Queen Anne's lace and other wildflowers that grow roadside up there. What a beautiful design!

Jennifer said...

love it! like someone else said, the drawing would be so pretty in a frame!

Debbie Jacobs Designs said...

Absolutely love this fabric. Can't wait to see the final pictures. You have out done yourself!