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Eight Years of Textiles, History, Art, Gardens, and a Little Mental Traveling with Courtney Barnes

1.20.2014

Still on the Borderline


At long last, The Calico Museum of Textiles' revamped site is live, complete with online ordering. The previously posted, fantastical border print with striped turtles, patterned fish and flowers is one of many designs available as a notecard.



Also offered in the publications section: a reprint of G. P. Baker's 1921 edition, Calico Painting and Printing in the East Indies in the XVII AND XVIII Centuries.

[Screengrab of Emily Blunt in The Adjustment Bureau. Set decoration by Susan Bode-Tyson, production design Kevin Thompson.] 

 Related past post: On the Borderline Again.

4 comments:

therelishedroost said...

Loved your article eon Bordered fabrics on WSJ! I have Suzanne Tucker's Maharani in my dining room and I love the border especially!!!
LOVE your blog!

Style Court said...

Thank you!

Lori said...

The museum looks incredible! So much inspiration in one place. Have you ordered anything from them yet? The bank transfer thing looks a little scary.

Style Court said...

Hi Lori -- the museum is incredible, but no I haven't attempted an international order yet. Will post info if I learn more.