This crossed line pattern is often seen in classical architecture as a balustrade, grillwork or paneling. Here it is rendered in a casual hand-drawn way which makes it work in a traditional or modern setting.
The historical quatrefoil pattern takes on a fresh look as a result of the hand-stamped technique and the bold 2 color treatment.
The gothic quatrefoil motif in this pattern is rendered in a hand-drawn way with multiple colors which give it more of a 3 dimensional quality than the other fabrics in the collection.
A floral pattern was achieved in this fabric based on an old tile floor.
This large scale pattern has a mid-century modern feel to it that is softened by the irregularities of the hand-stamped technique used here.