Sepia Toned Trees- Printed Fabric on Fat 1/8th Cuts- Many Choices

Sepia Toned Trees- Printed Fabric on Fat 1/8th Cuts- Many Choices

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PLEASE READ EVERYTHING BEFORE BUYING--- We are now going to be taking orders on our Sepia Trees Printed Linens- on Fat 1/8...
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PLEASE READ EVERYTHING BEFORE BUYING--- We are now going to be taking orders on our Sepia Trees Printed Linens- on Fat 1/8th's cuts of fabrics.  The print itself is approx 8 x 10, which gives plenty of room for stitching- and a border around the design.  This print was designed for my Winter Wonderland Santa pattern, to be stitched on 32 count 1 over 2.   

Note:   Please be patient with us- due to the current supply and demand of Linen's and fabrics- and that it's just me and my husband and daughter- doing all of the orders...  It can take up to 8 weeks to get your order- and if there are any issues- we will contact you...  

NOTE:  Do look for my pattern version- Winter Wonderland- that shows the model stitched on the printed linen..  The information in this will give you a little more insight- however- if you need help- please just message me....  

All The Other Information:  A little about my printed linens. These pre-printed linen sheets- are done with a permanent - washable laser printer toner on special heat transfer sheets for heat press machines.. Each and every piece is done by hand, first printed, then heat pressed- then washed- then ironed, dried- then stained- WITH pretty strong scents, that I use for my candlemaking- which are apple, cinnamon- and hot butter rum,  and then the process is repeated until I get the desired warm - worn prim stained look that I love to achieve.. You'll be getting something quite similar to the picture shown- however- please remember- no two are alike..


***NOTE:  There is a possibility- that you will have some wear and light rubbing off of the print- especially when stitching, stretching, hooping- unhooping and rubbing and moving... That's def. going to happen... But- it's not an unexpected result, as we do really work on these pieces.. I love it because it adds to the time worn look that I was meaning to create- old worn, tired- when I made these pieces to stitch on... I actually try to wear the corners off just a bit- when I make them... The printed part of the linens are to accentuate the stitching itself.... I hope you love the end result- like I do... ❤

***NOTE:   Because each and every one is hand done- one by one- each- is unique- in color, mottled appearance, wrinkles, lines, fading- and distressing.. Imperfectly Perfectly Prim & Unique... AND- When Ironing- before and/or after stitching- please use a pressing cloth between your iron and your fabric- as I do heavily stain each piece- and add oils- that can stick to your iron.. I personally steam mine- and don't care what gets on what- or what messes up- as I love making it even more "distressed" - but a word to those who don't want it fudged- do use a pressing cloth!!!! :)

Our "Primitive Coffee Stained Linen"- is a much mottled coffee and walnut shade varying in warmth of the different coffees and mixes I use. I take a variegated base off white linen, and use my stains to create a prim dirty- old linen like appearance- by adding age spots and "dirty looking areas" all over the piece, hoping to re-create that look- that you find in an old piece of linen or sampler found along the way.... Just love this color... I hope you do too....

I hope you just love the printed linen that you receive- and don't forget to keep an eye on me..  I'll be trying to do this as much as we can- and as often as linen comes in- and is available...  They have that something something that will add that extra special something to your sitching...

Thanks everyone.... & Any questions- just hollar at me.....



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