Machine wash cold. Wash with like colours. Turn inside out when washing. Dry in shade. Do not tumble dry. Iron on reverse using low heat setting to smooth out any creases. Mist any creases with a little water for easy ironing.
Stencils are used in screen printing, where the stencilled artwork is placed into a wooden frame and dyes are passed through the stencil and onto the fabric — a process that is completely done by hand. Each frame prints a section of the fabric and one colour is painted each time, this is done repeatedly until the pattern is completed. The pigment saturates the cloth to give a unique depth of colour which is controlled by the printer’s hands. We also rely on natural dyeing and drying methods when producing our fabrics.
Subtle variances in depth and irregularities in print and colour are natural characteristics of hand screen printing and the nature of a handmade process.
Little posies of wildflowers printed in antique white on a specially dyed base of vintage navy blue. We chose ‘Moonlit Ocean’ from our pantone book as the base canvas to this vintage inspired print. Wildflower is printed using the discharge printing technique. Printers do not get to see the floral motifs until it’s been steamed and processed, making it harder to line each stencil to the next.
Every Moments In Bloom piece is shipped with a 100% cotton dust bag.